Detective Dean Matheson has returned to his hometown to begin his new job and put the traumatic events of his past behind him – but his fresh start won’t last long when the local area is hit by a series of strange disappearances and twisted killings …
A nameless girl badly beaten and dumped in front of the mysterious new church. A shocking murder scene discovered in the apartment over the diner. A child missing without a trace.
These are the crimes Dean Matheson is confronted with in his first week as detective. Are they isolated events, or is something altogether more disturbing happening in Maple 
Valley now that Dean’s back in town?






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Detective Dean Matheson is back and what a return!! He’s gone back to his hometown, Maple Valley, for his new job, joining forces with Eva once more, and if he’s looking for a quiet life then it won’t be here!! From the opening few pages the action hits hard – and scary!- from the get go and doesn’t let up! I’m still just about recovering from it all!

With a ‘body’ waking up in the morgue, to a missing child, to gruesome murders and the return of some old and crazy characters, this is a story that has a little bit of everything – and a little bit more!! The past never seems to let go of Dean and Eva and in this book they’re both having to deal with issues that have plagued them both for many a year.

There’s a relaxed feel to the relationship between Eva and Dean and that’s why I love reading about them. Always looking out for one another, they’re happy to let one another take the lead when necessary and the dynamic between them just works. Eva is a woman who doesn’t take any crap from anyone so Dean is always aware of not pushing any boundaries – unlike others they may work with!

I also loved how the author doesn’t rush the goings on in this book – there’s so many sub plots that there could have been a need to speed things up a little, but each character and each storyline is allowed to breathe a little to really get you engrossed in the action!

It’s pulsating, it’s chilling and creepy and left me holding my breath on many occasions throughout! I had great fun trying to work out all the links and with that ending I am eagerly awaiting the next installment!!! Crime drama written to perfection!! Wonderful!



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