Until the terror in the Trueblood trailer, police chief Ella McCullers believed she knew crises of faith. Abruptly promoted to senior investigator in the state's most high-profile kidnapping case, her only leads are a decaying tombstone, a missing cat and a little mute girl with ghastly nightmares.
In truth, it began with The Cult of the Final Days. Now Karen Wiley must cross the desert Wilderness to play a deadly game disguised as a righteous quest for the truth.
A couple divorce, and their daughter is befriended by someone online, the same time as the mother is getting threatening letters through the mail. The story gets a bit disjointed from here, focusing on different characters and timelines when you expect it to be going elsewhere. The cruelty to a child was particularly offputting so it only gets three stars.
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