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Josie flinches as she takes in the faded blue sports jacket wrapped around the girl they just pulled from the water. Josie knew someone who’d once owned that jacket. He had died in her arms five years ago. 

Heavy rain pours on the small town of Denton, causing the riverbanks to break and the body of a young girl to float quietly to the surface. With no crime scene to examine, the odds are against Detective Josie Quinn and her team. Mercifully, the victim’s body is perfectly preserved, right down to the baseball patch on the jacket she is wearing. Josie can’t hide her devastation - her dead ex-husband, Ray, owned one just like it. 

Following the trail back to her high school, Josie identifies the girl as Beverly Urban, a troubled student rumored to have been dating Ray before she left town for good. It looks like a tragic accident until the autopsy reveals a bullet in her head and the heartbreaking secret she was keeping. 

Josie visits the salon where Beverly’s mother used to work, believing she was at the heart of a terrible scandal around the time her daughter’s life was taken. With the Denton wives remaining tight-lipped, Josie’s only hope is a secret meet-up with a terrified woman willing to talk. But she is murdered moments before giving Josie crucial information. It’s clear that someone is prepared to keep on killing to stop the truth from getting out. 

Digging deep into memories of her own past with Ray is the only advantage Josie has on this twisted killer...but at what cost? 

Another jaw-dropping crime thriller from an Amazon, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal best-selling author that will have you absolutely gripped. Perfect for fans of Angela Marsons, Robert Dugoni, and Rachel Caine. 

©2020 Lisa Regan (P)2020 Bookouture

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Love this series

If you like a complicated story full of mostly believable characters and motives, the Josie Quinn series is definitely for you. Highly recommended

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What am I going to do now?!

I’ve listened one after the other and now they’re finished. Yes, they are a little farcical if you dissect them, but I didn’t. I just enjoyed them. The characters were likeable and developed well. The stories interesting although sometimes I thought “what?!” as the characters are also prone to say.

Again, I’d definitely advise that they be read/listened to in order. I worried when the narrator changed after the first few books but they were both excellent. I would advise people not to move to a town called Denton! Which is apparently small and homely with what must be an extremely large cemetery.

Excellent escapism. Thank you to the author and narrators for bringing the characters to life, providing me with an entertaining week and a half. I miss them already.

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Twists and turns

I really enjoyed this story, well read, with lots of twists and turns. It had a surprise ending that I hadn’t guessed.

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  • 10-09-21

Excellent read

I love this series she keeps you captivated the whole way through I would recommend this book or the series to anyone

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  • Gerri
  • 08-04-21

find the killer

I struggled with this book. I feel it was searching for the killer. Each possible drafted on too long. the author has much better books . I felt it was hard to connect her to the true killer, if it hadn't been for the reader.

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  • Elaine McCollough
  • 06-02-21

Not the best

I started on book 4 in series
This is not my favorite. Will continue the series tho. The old high school drama in this one was just not appealing. Wanting Josie to get past her past at some point.

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  • Tamara S
  • 29-01-21

Good Plot

It was nice this plot didn’t have the lead role kidnapped. Nice change of pace.

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  • Maribel Vazquez
  • 18-01-21

It was ok

I have purchased all the books in this series. This one did not give me to much too look forward to. I was able to know the whole plot of the story almost from the get go. Also the author uses "she/he said" way too much. I couldn't concentrate because it was "then Gretchen said" or "Noah said" she needs to find a better way to get the point across without he/she said ALL THE TIME. I don't feel like continuing the series unless there is more effort .

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  • 24-11-20

my review

Good story line, kept my interest . Enjoyed the person reading.Did a nice job.would recommend.

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  • Anna Jones
  • 19-11-20

Good story

The prizing indien good story loved the book And the characters Can't wait to download the next one

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  • CrazyMomma
  • 19-11-20

Another great one

Josie is a complex person with a tough past that will take a lifetime to heal from and that is what makes these stories so tied together. Family matters and so do her friends. Solving cases becomes personal to her and she puts her whole self into finding the truth. I hope there is another one coming soon!

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  • Malissa
  • 12-10-20

Love this series.

josie Quinn is always dealing with her past but that is what makes it so good. Isn't that what we all do?

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  • Mel Warner
  • 06-10-20

Always great!

I enjoy all of the Josie Quinn books. I love the detail and twist. So good, finished it in a couple days.