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Savage (Ash Park Series Book 10) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Melissa Agena

Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10)Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

And….he’s back! Detective Petrosky is on his next deadly mission. Savage is Book 10 in the Ash Park Novel series by Meghan O’Flynn. Detective Edward Petrosky is in search of a lethal killer when they find the newborn baby of his regular server at the diner he normally goes to. This time he needs to dig deep and far to figure out this one! Everything in his life is starting to fall in line and everything is good when he figures out that all signs turn the same murderer that killed his partner many years ago. I swear, this series just keeps getting better and better! I love all of the twists and turns that are intertwined with story. You start at page one and you seriously cannot put it down. I get so involved with the storyline that I suddenly immerse myself in it and the next thing you know, I’m working right along with them to solve this case! I seriously cannot say enough about this book or this series. In my opinion, you should read this series from the beginning because you may get lost in the timeline. But, you can read this book on its own. You won’t be disappointed! Trust me!

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Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10)Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Detective Edward Petrosky returns and he is even more of a mess than last time, his sobriety is practically non-existent and although he hasn’t been caught with the alcohol yet, only time will tell as to whether he is, but he and his partner are still solving crimes despite it. He is woken too early as usual by the buzzing of his phone combined with his dogs terrible breath and slobber and as he goes to answer it, it is his partner on the other end, again as usual, however, today she is calling from somewhere all to familiar, the diner where he picks up his laced coffee most mornings because there has been a kidnapping . When he gets to the diner and realises just who is missing, and it his favourite waitress who doses up the coffee who is the victim, she is pregnant and due any day, but the thing which makes matters even worse is that the witness who called it in doesn’t have that much information to give them, so they have no leads and no idea who has taken her, but they have an idea where to start looking, those who were closest to her.

As they start to look into the case more, speak to people to try and find something, they just keep coming across dead end after dead end, the only lead they have is a truck, but with no make, model or even colour to go on, they are starting to lose hope of finding her alive. When he gets home, Petrosky wants nothing more than a drink, but instead he is faced with a family meal with his family and the girls who live next door, as well as his dog, he is trying to keep up appearances, but he is struggling, even though he loves them all dearly, he feels responsible for all that has befallen them. The next day Petrosky and his partner head to a house in the suburbs where a member of the public reported that a truck which could match the one they are looking for pulled up to the house, honked its horn and left, although they say that they didn’t see anyone going in, it isn’t guaranteed that they didn’t, but when they arrive and find that a newborn baby has been left in the basement surrounded by empty, but sealed cardboard boxes, it is clean and healthy, but has been abandoned, however, Petrosky realises that the scene has been set up and is almost identical to one he worked years before.

Later on at the diner, Petrosky and his partner meet with another detective and this is where the deja vu in the basement really hits home when the confirmation is made that it is connected to the past case which Petrosky wishes he could forget, but the similarities and connection to another homicide make it undeniable that there is a copycat on the loose, but there are differences as well and that is what Petrosky is trying to focus on. As Petrosky tries to hold things together and investigate what he can, but after the waitresses body is found, he has to come face to face with an old adversary to get some answers, but while he is there, one of the worst things that could happen does when one of the ladies next door is kidnapped. Will Petrosky be able to follow the trails of breadcrumbs which are the only leads he has, or will he be too late to save his friend, lie all the others he has failed before and will he be able to stop his drinking before it leads him to oblivion? This is another thrilling chase to solve a crime where everything points to a killer who should be dead, but you will be hooked into the investigation as much as the detectives as time passes by.

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Savage (Ash Park Series Book 10) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Debi Kircher

Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10)Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Savage (Ash Park Series Book 10) by Meghan O’Flynn

5 Stars

I was emotionally wrecked after finishing this book! Petrosky reached favorite leading man many books back, and because I feel so emotionally attached to him and these stories this one was my favorite and my least favorite of the entire series. How can that even make sense? The history of all of this series is always there eating at Petrosky and me as a reader, which explains why he stays a hot mess and takes me right along with him.

So you may not have to read the books before this one to fall into this book but you won’t get the whole effect of the emotional war taking place, so I highly recommend reading this entire series. It is seriously one of the absolute best series with some of the best writing you will ever experience in this genre. I have a few series I want to reread back to back and this one sits in my top three and have always said if this was a TV series, it would be binge worthy over and over again!

My thoughts are so jumbled so I’m not even going to try to sum this all up, but I will say it has everything and more you would want and even some things you might not even know you want.

They just keep getting better and better and better!

LOVED IT!!!!

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Savage (Ash Park Series Book 10) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Lizzie Chapman Gough

Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10)Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

As a massive Karen Slaughter and Tana French fan I was really looking forward to reading this. I haven’t read any of the previous Ash Park series novels but that wasn’t a problem as the book is easy to follow and anything that is mentioned from previous books is explained anyway. The writing is so clever I was kept in suspense through all the twists and turns of the book but was still able to keep up with the story. I definitely had no idea who the villain would turn out to be in the end and was pleasantly surprised when they were revealed. I really liked Petrosky as a protagonist. He has likable qualities but at the same time battles his demons and I found him realistic as a lead detective who has worked on the cases of the calibre he has. I am very interested to read the rest of the Ash Park series and will keep my eye out for the next instalment.

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Savage (Ash Park Series Book 10) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10)Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Anytime we come back to these characters you know you’re in for quite the ride of emotions. You never know exactly what you’ll get when we visit back with Petrosky, but yiu can be sure of one thing, and thats always an investigation.
This had me on the edge of my seat with every turn of the page!

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Savage (Ash Park Series Book 10) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10)Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
Five Stars

Savage is the tenth book in the Ash Park Series by Meghan O’Flynn. First, I want to say this is my favorite book of this series. Ms. O’Flynn can really weave a detailed, keep you on the edge of your seat psychological thriller. I think you need to read this series in order because there is a bunch of backstory that you pick up in the first nine books. But it is still a really good story if you just want to jump in, you just wont get all of the nuances that the author uses in her book. This book had me guessing until the end. Detective Petrosky is back and a killer is drawing him in. Will he be able to solve this case before he gets pulled into the rabbit hole? I highly recommend this book, series and author.

Review by @sunbarn
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Savage (Ash Park Series Book 10) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Heather Lovelace

Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10)Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The author does it again. I cannot get enough of the Ash Park series and this book somehow topped its predecessors. Never sure how author continues to making every book better than the last – but she does it! Petrosky is a mess and the ride this book takes you on is one you won’t be able to walk away from. From beginning to end, this five star read is one you will want to read over and over again.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace
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Savage (Ash Park Series Book 10) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Kerry Carr

Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10)Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is number 10 in the Ash Park Series and it is just as captivating as the others. All these books can be read as standalone bool but I would recommend reading them in order so you get the full backstory of the characters.This book is dark and dangerous and is a story you can’t put down.

Petrosky is back. With his personal life spiralling out of control with his drinking demons  back with vengence he is now on the most dangerous case of his career.

Can he keep it together to capture the killer that killed his partner   slipped through his fingers before? Or will his drinking problem affect his ability to do his job?

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Savage (Ash Park Series Book 10) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Raylene Green

Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10)Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I look forward to the day I get to binge on the next book in this series.!! Petrosky is back and it’s personal. The killer makes Petrosky have to dive into his own past especially when a waitress who’s pregnant goes up missing. They find the baby but no waitress….and Petrosky believes her to be dead. A gripping thrill-ride that will keep you on the edge of your seat. O’Flynn knows how to keep you on the edge with the story a fast-paced roller coaster from beginning to end!

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Savage (Ash Park Series Book 10) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Samantha Jayne Grubey

Savage: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 10)Savage: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So I really liked this book and for the most part, it can be read as a standalone which I did. There was only a few times I was like whattt but I’m sure once I go back and read the rest of the series (which I will be doing) because I was hella invested in this book. It kept me on the edge of my seat and I can’t wait to read more. I really liked the characters and the story. I really liked some of the dark themes we had running through this book. If you like mystery, suspense, or psychological thrillers this is the book for you.

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