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Alone in the Woods: A completely gripping crime thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat (Detective Alyssa Wyatt) Formato Kindle
‘Make sure you have nothing else to do when starting this book. You will NOT be able to put it down!!' Reader Review
The parents are dead. The girls are hiding. The killer is still inside the house.
Gabriel Kensington and his wife Lydia have been brutally slain in their luxurious home in New Mexico. A frantic, whispered phone call from their teenage daughter Addis, and her best friend Emerson, quickly alerts the authorities to the killings.
But when detective Alyssa Wyatt and the squad appear at the house, the unthinkable has happened. The girls are nowhere to be found… and neither is the killer.
In a race against time, it’s up to Alyssa Wyatt and her partner Cord to find the missing girls – and discover just why the Kensingtons have been targeted.
Because for Addis and Emerson, every minute passing could be the difference between survival – or an unthinkable death.
The addictive, absolutely nail-biting new Alyssa Wyatt detective novel will have fans of Kendra Elliot, Melinda Leigh, or Angela Marsons on the edge of their seat.
Readers are loving Alone in the Woods:
‘Be ready to read well past your bedtime!A seriously addictive series and if you haven’t discovered it for yourself yet, then now is the time.’ Reader Reviewer
‘Charly Cox is fast becoming one of my favourite crime fiction writers!Gripping, with likeable characters and great researched and plotted story lines.’ Reader Reviewer
‘Charly Cox tells the story in such a way that you can see it like a movie in your mind…Love this series!!’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Reviewer
‘Kept me guessing until the end, read it one sitting as couldn’t leave it down’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Reviewer
‘I love these books!!! Can’t get enough. Great suspense and good twists…Highly recommended’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Reviewer
Charly Cox was born in the South, raised in the Midwest, and now resides in the Southwest United States. She enjoys jigsaw and crossword puzzles, hanging out with her husband and her spoiled Siberian husky, visiting her son in Arizona, and traveling.--Questo testo si riferisce a un'edizione fuori stampa o non disponibile di questo titolo.
- ASIN : B07V9QCQRS
- Editore : Hera (17 febbraio 2021)
- Lingua : Inglese
- Dimensioni file : 1275 KB
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- Memo : Su Kindle Scribe
- Lunghezza stampa : 364 pagine
- Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 753,809 in Kindle Store (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Kindle Store)
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It took me no time at all to get into this story. As soon as I started to read that was it, I was in the ‘zone’ as it were. I felt like I had been reunited with an old friend in the form of Detective Alyssa Wyatt. To say that reading ‘Alone In The Woods’ became addictive is a huge understatement. I would pick the book up only intending to read a couple of chapters to fill in the odd half hour but I would become so wrapped up in the story that I would still be sat there reading over half a dozen chapters later. I couldn’t turn the pages quick enough as my desperation to find out what happened grew and grew. I found ‘Alone In The Woods’ to be a gripping read, which kept me guessing and kept me on the edge of my seat throughout.
‘Alone In The Woods’ is extremely well written but then I consider that to be true of the first two books in the series too. I love the way in which Charly starts the story with an attention grabbing incident. Once Charly has your attention, she won’t let you have it back until the moment you have read the very last word in the very last page. Reading ‘Alone in The Woods’ was like being on a scary and unpredictable rollercoaster ride with several twists and turns along the way. For me, the story hit the ground running and maintained a fast pace throughout.
In short, I thoroughly enjoyed reading ‘Alone In The Woods’ and I would recommend this book to other readers. I will certainly be reading more of Charly’s work in the future. The score on the Ginger Book Geek board is a very well deserved 5* out of 5*.
Gabriel Kensington's sister is the local district attorney and after the teenager calls her Aunt Grace she rushes to her niece's aid only to find there is no trace of either girl in the ransacked home.
Detective Alyssa Wyatt is well placed to understand the agony Grace is experiencing; both her children have been targeted in the past and she knows speed is of the essence if the girls are to be found alive. With a team she trusts implicitly behind her Alyssa begins her investigation but partner Cord is distracted by his personal life and another member of the team is definitely hiding something. As the stakes get higher Alyssa finds her own family thrown into the spotlight once again and wonders if her trust has been misplaced.
Wow, what a book! I was a little concerned that once again the main storyline centred around a child abduction but it was immediately so good that after a couple of pages it didn't matter a bit! I found myself wanting to read faster to find out what happened but not wanting it to end either as the whole story was spellbinding. I love Alyssa and Cord; their partnership, banter and mutual respect leaps off the page and is just so right as is the working relationships and reactions of the rest of the now familiar team. The difficulties they experienced this time was also realistic, and added another level of tension.
I have to admit I would like to see Alyssa investigate something other than abductions just to see how this brilliant author would deal with it. That said if the next book is also centred around a similar theme I'll still be all over it.
I was able to read an advanced copy of this thanks to NetGalley and the publishers but the opinions expressed are my own. This is absolutely recommended as a must read book and series for any fans of this genre.