Where to start, oh where to start. This series has taken me on a wild ride with my emotions, my mind, and my surroundings. Meghan O’Flynn is a master mind. It still amazes me how someone could write such a series of sinister psychological story and still be able to sleep at night. Her characters are amazing and yet complex. This story made me be grateful for my family but also fear what is happening to my daughters while they are not with me. Just when Detective Petrosky thought it was going to be quiet and a little peaceful the Ash Park killer is back. We saw a little of Detective Petrosky’s history in the previous volumes, but it was only bits and pieces. This story can be a stand-alone book, but with little tibbits here and there it would be helpful. Detective Petrosky has a dark part in his mind with the gruesome murder of his own daughter that when there is another girl gone missing, he has a heavy heart and fears the unknown. Will Detective Petrosky find the killer? Will he be able to move on? Only time can tell.
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