Catherine Mae Blackston is missing. She is not the first.
While investigating Blackston’s recent activities, FBI Agent Jeremy Winter stumbles upon a string of missing persons within state parks. Unable to convince his boss that Blackston’s disappearance is anything other than a lost hiker, Winter joins forces with a local police officer to continue the search.
As the clues mount, a dark figure from Jeremy’s past emerges with an ultimatum - one that could force him out of the bureau. Afraid that his girlfriend, fellow agent Maggie Keeley, will be dragged into a high-stakes political game, he delays his decision. But as the tally of missing persons increases, Winter closes in on the unlikeliest of suspects.
The bodies are out there.
He just has to find them before his past catches up with him.
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Jeremy Winter has been with the FBI for 23 years. He's a man with a secret to hide from his time in Afghanistan and issues with anger management.
Now, he's been transferred to Tennessee and relegated to working on white collar crimes. Winter accidentally comes across a missing person at a state park, then another and another. From what Winter can find this is not new. There's a serial killer out there and he's been active for years. The problem is convincing his supervisor. Winter is working on a gut feeling connecting these murders, there is no tangible evidence. On top of that there's an incident from years ago in Afghanistan that threatens his career today.
This isn't a who done it. The author lets you in on the person and his family. This book is about how will he be caught and will Winter be able to prevent any more murders.
Very well written with believable and vivid characters.
Austin Walp does an excellent job narrating.
This book has my HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION.
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