Top critical review
Good plot -too much profanity
Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2018
Mercy Kilpatrick & her sheriff boyfriend, Truman, are thrown in the midst of a murder investigation when multiple skeletal remains are found. Similar blunt-force trauma took a family 20 years ago. Only the daughter survived & is still trying to deal with her nightmares. A man sits in prison, convicted of the multiple murders. Could there be a copycat or is the convicted man innocent. As the investigation expands, Mercy, Truman & the survivor find their lives in danger. Ms Elliot has woven an interesting tale, but felt she needed to scatter profanity throughout the book, which added nothing to the story! I would have given the novel a 4.5 rating without the profanity. Have some faith in yourself & your reading audience, Ms Elliot.