Hello, my friends !
It’s a bright sunny day here and yes, thank God, it’s Friday!!! I hope you are having a great time. Today, I am reviewing one very gripping thriller, The Crying Season. Guess what, it was published yesterday, literally. It is fourth book in the series and my first book from this author. I had no problem reading it as a stand-alone book. Very creepy, really scary story that made my hair on the neck stand. I loved it!
Imagine romantic weekend with your partner, in the woods. In a small town like Black Rock Falls, in a small private hotel. A romantic walk through the woods soon turns into something creepy. You find a human skull. Not a bobcat, not a bear, but human remains of a woman and a man. Not killed by animals, but by an animal with two legs, another human. You report everything to the local police and try to continue with the rest of the weekend. But, then, you realize that you are the prey. You and your partner are target of a twisted human mind who hunts other people for pleasure. And you are his next victims! And, no, you can’t escape, no matter how fast you run!
Detectives Kane and Alton are working on the case with the rest of the team. It seems that there is a serial killer who targets couples. In the middle of the hunting season there is a lunatic who actually hunts and kills people for pleasure. Can they catch him before another couple dies?
Wow! A creepy story full of action that made the hair on my neck stand! I tried to guess the culprit, but no, I couldn’t predict the ending. Which means only one thing, one hell-of-a-good thriller! I liked the detectives Kane and Alton. I haven’t read the previous book, so have no idea about the history of their relationship. I got the impression that they were on/off all the time. I didn’t find out too much about them, the main focus of the story was on the killer in the woods. And I loved it! The Crying Season is a fast pacing gripping thriller that will make you run for your life while you are sitting in your comfy chair in the very same time! Totally recommended!
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