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  • Scary thriller with serial killers

    Zac is the acting sheriff and when the book opens, he is not planning to remain sheriff. Then a body is found on top of a grave in town - a grave where Jude, the dead man, was supposed to have been buried decades before. Freshly dead Jude had been murdered. The second shock came when the grave was opened to bury Jude, as it was already occupied by a young woman who had gone missing, also decades before. The two grave-related deaths result in a cold case investigator being sent to town, who is the sheriff's ex-wife. The suspense ratchets up when an old videotape is sent to the police station showing the girl's murder 30 years before. This case is not cold - it is red hot. Someone near wants their attention. I didn't actually sleep with the lights on, but I thought about it. This book is a combination of mystery with serial killers, a small town police procedural, and a second chance romance. It is the third book in the series set in the town of Pike, Wisconsin, but the books appear to be standalone. At one point there were six young men being investigated, so I recommend making a list with their names and a few characteristics. I received a review copy of this book from the publisher Kensington Books and NetGalley. These are my own opinions of the book.

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  • Dark at times but a joy to follow

    A divorced couple both in law enforcement find themselves up against a serial killer. I have enjoyed this authors Pike series although perhaps struggle with the idea of so many monsters living in the same town. Yet again it appears that history is replaying as new victims are discovered and the race is on to capture a brutal killer. Red herrings abound although I admit I certainly had worked out who the newest killer was. I don't mind at all that the romance felt secondary but do wish the murderer had been less obvious. Nevertheless it was fun to read, dark at times and as usual a joy to follow. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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  • Captivating, Dark and Thrilling

    Unstable is the third book of the Pike Wisconsin series and my first book by Alexandra Ivy. Like the title, this book is full of twists and turns that will keep you hooked. A dead man in a cemetery is expected. However, Jude Henley is found on his grave rather than six feet under. The body in his grave is Staci Gale, whose disappearance left many unanswered questions. Props to Alexandra for presenting strong, professional, competent characters (Zac and Rachel). The protagonists grew on me with every page, for there is an excellent mix of past and present events, which gives you a better idea of the characters. Apart from a great plot, Alexandra touches on essential topics of regret, grief and second chances. I could have never predicted the ending and was surprised by it. A 5-star read all the way! I look forward to reading more of Alexandra's work. A thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for giving me an advanced readers copy. This honest review is left voluntarily.

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