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An obsessive killer, a witness with secrets, and a deputy US marshal with her own dark demons collide in this gripping mystery from the bestselling author of Cold Dark Places. Dylan was only a child when he and his friend stumbled onto a crime scene deep in the woods. His friend was killed that night. And Bruce Forrester, the man who had chased the boys in the woods, disapp An obsessive killer, a witness with secrets, and a deputy US marshal with her own dark demons collide in this gripping mystery from the bestselling author of Cold Dark Places. Dylan was only a child when he and his friend stumbled onto a crime scene deep in the woods. His friend was killed that night. And Bruce Forrester, the man who had chased the boys in the woods, disappeared. But he’s never stopped looking for the only living witness. Ever since, Dylan and his family have been on the run. Deputy US Marshal Cady Maddix knows what it’s like to be haunted by a traumatizing childhood. She’s determined to track Forrester down and give Dylan the peace of mind he deserves. Only the more Cady delves into the case, the more pieces of a strange puzzle emerge—about Forrester, Dylan, and Cady’s own inescapable demons. As Cady grows closer to separating the truth from the lies, someone is determined to stop her at all costs. And the consequences of putting the past to rest could prove deadly.


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An obsessive killer, a witness with secrets, and a deputy US marshal with her own dark demons collide in this gripping mystery from the bestselling author of Cold Dark Places. Dylan was only a child when he and his friend stumbled onto a crime scene deep in the woods. His friend was killed that night. And Bruce Forrester, the man who had chased the boys in the woods, disapp An obsessive killer, a witness with secrets, and a deputy US marshal with her own dark demons collide in this gripping mystery from the bestselling author of Cold Dark Places. Dylan was only a child when he and his friend stumbled onto a crime scene deep in the woods. His friend was killed that night. And Bruce Forrester, the man who had chased the boys in the woods, disappeared. But he’s never stopped looking for the only living witness. Ever since, Dylan and his family have been on the run. Deputy US Marshal Cady Maddix knows what it’s like to be haunted by a traumatizing childhood. She’s determined to track Forrester down and give Dylan the peace of mind he deserves. Only the more Cady delves into the case, the more pieces of a strange puzzle emerge—about Forrester, Dylan, and Cady’s own inescapable demons. As Cady grows closer to separating the truth from the lies, someone is determined to stop her at all costs. And the consequences of putting the past to rest could prove deadly.

30 review for Down the Darkest Road

  1. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne (It's All About Books)

    Finished reading: December 2nd 2019 "All of a sudden, the best night of his life seemed like a distant memory." *** A copy of this book was kindly provided to me by Netgalley and Thomas & Mercer in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! *** (view spoiler)[ I really enjoyed my first meeting with Cady Maddix last year, so of course I couldn't resist adding the sequel to my list as soon as I saw it was available on Netgalley. I've been looking forward to meeting up with her again, and Finished reading: December 2nd 2019 "All of a sudden, the best night of his life seemed like a distant memory." *** A copy of this book was kindly provided to me by Netgalley and Thomas & Mercer in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! *** (view spoiler)[ I really enjoyed my first meeting with Cady Maddix last year, so of course I couldn't resist adding the sequel to my list as soon as I saw it was available on Netgalley. I've been looking forward to meeting up with her again, and I can now say that Down The Darkest Road is definitely a solid sequel and a very entertaining and thrilling ride. While I do think I enjoyed the first book a tiny bit more, there is no doubt that this sequel is a superfast thriller with a lot of action and suspense to keep you on edge. Technically you could read Down The Darkest Road as a standalone, but as you would be missing background information on the main characters I wouldn't recommend doing so. Without this information, you won't be able to appreciate the complexity of Cady Maddix's character fully... Because she is definitely one of the reasons why this thriller is so successful. With a traumatizing past that has marked her and haunts her to this date, her loyal dog Hero and her determination and fierceness while doing her job, Cady Maddix makes for a very intriguing deputy US marshal to follow. The main characters in general are easy to connect to despite their flaws, making them only feel more realistic in the process. The plot itself is complex and filled to the brim with action scenes, suspense and a bulk load of plot twists and secrets. It has a very high entertainment level while also having quite a few shocking surprises for you in store... I do have to say that I'm not sure about the credibility of certain aspects of the plot and certain details did become a bit to fantastical, but there is no denying that Down The Darkest Road is a lighting fast and thrilling ride. The new case Cady Maddix becomes involved in definitely ticks a lot of killer thriller boxes. Bruce Forrester is the perfect villian for this story and it was fascinating to learn more about his character, his crimes and how he is able to escape justice for so long along the way. Dylan's story was interesting as well; the witness turned victim as he has been moving around hiding and running from Bruce during the last five years... It shows just how little authorities can do to protect witnesses and what it is like to live in fear for so long. This aspect of the story was without doubt well developed. In short, while I had some minor issues with the credibility of certain aspects of the plot, there is no doubt that I had a great time reading this sequel and I'm definitely looking forward to see how Cady Maddix's character will develop in the future. If you like your thrillers suspenseful, dark and lightning fast, this series is an excellent choice! (hide spoiler)] P.S. Find more of my reviews here.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Maureen ~Bitch Can Write A Book

    Deputy US Marshall Cady Maddix is back, diving into a twisted investigation while still battling dark memories from her childhood. I love this author and how she weaves a story. And this one did not disappoint. I am looking forward to more of her & Sheriff Ryder Talbot too. I love his patience and tenacity when it comes to Cady. Her scars are deep and her baggage heavy! Bring on more!!! Deputy US Marshall Cady Maddix is back, diving into a twisted investigation while still battling dark memories from her childhood. I love this author and how she weaves a story. And this one did not disappoint. I am looking forward to more of her & Sheriff Ryder Talbot too. I love his patience and tenacity when it comes to Cady. Her scars are deep and her baggage heavy! Bring on more!!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Diane Saul

    Deputy US Marshall Candy Maddox is back. Her newest case involves Dylan a teenage boy who has been on the run, the target of a criminal for the past 5 years. No sooner do the boy and his Mother get settled and they have to run again to stay alive. Two of Dylan’s friends similar in looks to him have been murdered. This is the second book in this series but could be read as a stand alone. It is full of edge of your seat suspense and has several twists at the end that I didn’t see coming. I read it Deputy US Marshall Candy Maddox is back. Her newest case involves Dylan a teenage boy who has been on the run, the target of a criminal for the past 5 years. No sooner do the boy and his Mother get settled and they have to run again to stay alive. Two of Dylan’s friends similar in looks to him have been murdered. This is the second book in this series but could be read as a stand alone. It is full of edge of your seat suspense and has several twists at the end that I didn’t see coming. I read it in one sitting, couldn’t stop turning the pages. Thank you to net galley for an advanced readers copy.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Evelyn Wilson

    A free win from Goodreads Giveaway! I SO enjoyed this book! It is exactly the books I love to read. Murder, mystery, mayhem, romance. I have not read #1 but the author fills you in enough to know what is going on. I just love reading books from #1. I can definitely see me reading more of Kylie Brant's books in the future! ENJOYED! ENJOY!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    Deputy US Marshal Cady Maddix is back and the latest case she is assigned has her sympathizing with the teenage victim as they both lived through traumatic childhoods. You certainly felt sorry for what Dylan had gone through. The trauma he experienced years ago that left his best friend dead and a killer still on the loose that has had him and his mother and brother constantly moving from town to town after killings of young men who looked like him has him on the edge of sanity. Things only get Deputy US Marshal Cady Maddix is back and the latest case she is assigned has her sympathizing with the teenage victim as they both lived through traumatic childhoods. You certainly felt sorry for what Dylan had gone through. The trauma he experienced years ago that left his best friend dead and a killer still on the loose that has had him and his mother and brother constantly moving from town to town after killings of young men who looked like him has him on the edge of sanity. Things only get worse for poor Dylan by the end of the book when huge secrets are revealed. Cady is a great investigator but sometimes her demons from her childhood mess with her personal and professional life. She does make some good strides in her personal life with Sheriff Ryder Talbot which I was happy to see. The story was suspenseful and kept you engaged from start to finish and when all the truths about what really happened years ago and today are revealed its both shocking and sad. This author certainly knows how to tell a thrilling story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Anjana

    Cady Maddix finally has some answers to her past, and she can now learn to cope and process that information. The story begins with a chase, Cady is on the lookout for a man(Bruce Forrester) who is thought to have abducted a woman. She is a US Marshall with the specific task of finding and bringing wanted people in (at the federal level). Her search for him leads her down some old cases and a family fleeing from this very same man. The investigation has many tentacles, each leading down a differe Cady Maddix finally has some answers to her past, and she can now learn to cope and process that information. The story begins with a chase, Cady is on the lookout for a man(Bruce Forrester) who is thought to have abducted a woman. She is a US Marshall with the specific task of finding and bringing wanted people in (at the federal level). Her search for him leads her down some old cases and a family fleeing from this very same man. The investigation has many tentacles, each leading down a different path and through it all. Cady is coming to grips with her past and what the facts say about it. Her budding relationship with Ryder is taking on a whole new shape as well. It added an extra facet to the woman and had me more than a little involved in cheering her on. It is incredibly fast-paced and had some very unexpected twists, the kind I did not even think would be required to tie up the pieces of the story together! There is a lot of action, and also a lot of detail about the procedural processes but the lighter banter amongst colleagues and the introduction of Ryder’s mother into the uneasy mix were all welcome additions. I highly recommend getting to this only after having made your acquaintance with the lead characters in the first book just to keep the same pace as they do. I look forward to the third book in the works.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Grow

    If you enjoy reading about a strong law enforcement female, then you will love Deputy U.S. Marshal Cady Maddix. Cady is searching for a man who kidnapped a woman and may be responsible for the murder of three children. A fourth child may have been a witness to one of the murders and Cady is determined to catch the killer before it is too late. Cady’s mother is slowly succumbing to Alzheimer’s disease and during one of her lucid moments she mentions something unusual about the murder of Cady’s fa If you enjoy reading about a strong law enforcement female, then you will love Deputy U.S. Marshal Cady Maddix. Cady is searching for a man who kidnapped a woman and may be responsible for the murder of three children. A fourth child may have been a witness to one of the murders and Cady is determined to catch the killer before it is too late. Cady’s mother is slowly succumbing to Alzheimer’s disease and during one of her lucid moments she mentions something unusual about the murder of Cady’s father from years ago. Due to her past, Cady has trouble allowing men to get close to her, but Ryder Talbot, the Sheriff of Haywood County, is not giving up on them. An exciting and suspenseful mystery as the author guides us to a most satisfying ending. I received an advance review copy at no cost and without obligation for an honest review. (by paytonpuppy)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Zita

    A marshal pursues a killer as well as her demons… This is the second book in the Cady Maddix Mystery series that can be read as a stand-alone. The attention of this reader of mystery/suspense novels was captured by what unfolded within the pages of this book: a family on the run, a revenge-driven killer of recent women playing a long game, and the law enforcement officer assigned the hunt was haunted by a traumatic incident when a young child. As we are the culmination of our experiences to date, A marshal pursues a killer as well as her demons… This is the second book in the Cady Maddix Mystery series that can be read as a stand-alone. The attention of this reader of mystery/suspense novels was captured by what unfolded within the pages of this book: a family on the run, a revenge-driven killer of recent women playing a long game, and the law enforcement officer assigned the hunt was haunted by a traumatic incident when a young child. As we are the culmination of our experiences to date, the circumstances that define us determine how a person handles what is thrown at them and this heroine is battling more than the man she tracks. In the teenage witness/victim Dylan Hunt, Deputy US Marshal Cady Maddix recognizes a kindred spirit, she’s personally familiar with childhood trauma and its aftereffects for her own such experience altered her life in non-advantageous ways and she has yet to deal with its repercussions, the scars ever-present though unseen. This case and her return to North Carolina to spend time with her ailing mother bring back memories that the mind in its desperate need to protect had repressed. A Pandora’s box is about to be opened, an unprovoked utterance will set Cady on a path to uncover the truth about her past that not just her mind had hidden and that she might not be ready to face. She’s not as alone as she believes, Sheriff Ryder Talbot, her sometimes lover is unobtrusively supportive, he sees the woman inside and her commitment issues don’t deter him. This experience will afford Cady much needed growth and closure. This was my first time reading this author and I was not disappointed with an intriguing case that had numerous twists and a heroine fighting her own demons as she hunts down a smart cold-hearted killer who has eluded the authorities for much too long. Though you know who the killer is early on it doesn’t detract from the detailed investigative aspects of the marshal’s job or the active and suspenseful chase. There were multiple points of view, occasional flashbacks, and good character development, some are harboring secrets that seek the light of day. Some truths are hard to swallow but necessary to face and heal from. The heroine is not as detached as she’d like to be on this case, her sympathy for Dylan and her dog show a deep compassionate side. Beware the twists you won’t see coming. An advanced reading copy was obtained from the publisher via NetGalley.

  9. 5 out of 5

    K-BRC

    I love this series!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Mccammon

    Won this in a Goodreads Giveaway. Great story, well written. It keeps your attention all the way. A wide variety of characters, some you have sympathy for and others make you disgusted. A good law enforcement story.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Teresa M Bawa

    Exciting read I have really enjoyed this second book of the series. Great characters. Good writing. An APLUS read. Take a chance on reading these books.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Thompson

    One of the best thrillers that I have read this year ! A young witness on the run and a determined killer ! A must read ! Thanks to Netgalley and Thomas & Mercer for the opportunity to read and review this book ! #Netgalley # Thomas&Mercer #DownTheDarkestRoad One of the best thrillers that I have read this year ! A young witness on the run and a determined killer ! A must read ! Thanks to Netgalley and Thomas & Mercer for the opportunity to read and review this book ! #Netgalley # Thomas&Mercer #DownTheDarkestRoad

  13. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    I thought Cold Dark Places by Kylie Brant was amazing, but this, this was phenomenal. I was still left with some unanswered questions at the end of the book, but overall, I loved it! I would recommend this to everyone! You don’t necessarily have to read the first one in order to read this, which I really liked. This book kept you guessing constantly what was going to happen next or who did what and it made me crazy! In a good way, of course! I could not put this book down. It was so great and I I thought Cold Dark Places by Kylie Brant was amazing, but this, this was phenomenal. I was still left with some unanswered questions at the end of the book, but overall, I loved it! I would recommend this to everyone! You don’t necessarily have to read the first one in order to read this, which I really liked. This book kept you guessing constantly what was going to happen next or who did what and it made me crazy! In a good way, of course! I could not put this book down. It was so great and I loved it. The book did, however, switch back and forth between characters, but it was still easy for me to follow along and it certainly helped me in understanding the story and why some characters did certain things. I cannot wait to read more of Kylie Brant’s work because the last two books of hers definitely did not disappoint.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    Not as much of a page turner as I had hoped. But not terrible.

  15. 4 out of 5

    T Olsen

    This is a police procedural AND a psychological thriller. Great plot and story, and even better characters. Excellent, very well written book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Debra Scott

    I received this advance copy as goodreads giveaway. I loved it. Characters well developed. Lots of action and a great ending. I’ve put Kylie Brant books on my TBR list.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Leah Hines

    The second installment of this series is even better than the first. There is more character development with both Cady and Ryder. The plot is full of suspense and action. There were shocking turns towards the end I never saw coming. The fact that Cady is part of the USMS makes for a unique and intriguing story. It's a nice change of pace from the typical detective book. I look forward to the next book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Linda Leone

    Down The Darkest Road is book 2 in the Cady Maddix series. I liked both book 1 and 2. Hopefully there will be a number 3. Federal Marshall Cady Maddix has her own past to overcome as well as killers to catch. Her story continues throughout the series. Thank you to netgalley, the author and publisher for the arc.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Read All About It

    This is the second book in the Candy Maddix series. She is a Deputy US Marshal. Her traumatic childhood still effects her to this day. She does have a love interest in Sheriff Ryder Talbot but she is afraid for any commitment. Dylan whitenesses a horrific act when he is a child. The drug dealer has been after him since then. He and his family have been on the run since then. There are lots of lies and betrayal on all sides. The ending is shocking and I felt so bad for Dylan when he finally rememb This is the second book in the Candy Maddix series. She is a Deputy US Marshal. Her traumatic childhood still effects her to this day. She does have a love interest in Sheriff Ryder Talbot but she is afraid for any commitment. Dylan whitenesses a horrific act when he is a child. The drug dealer has been after him since then. He and his family have been on the run since then. There are lots of lies and betrayal on all sides. The ending is shocking and I felt so bad for Dylan when he finally remembers the truth. Overall a nice action mystery with a unpredictable ending.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Christa

    I really enjoyed this 2nd US Marshall Cady Maddix book. In this one, Cady is working on a case that involved a boy who has been hiding from a killer for several years. She is determined to track down this ruthless killer. I loved the main character, Cady Maddix, just as much in this book as in the first one. The storyline was a good one, interesting, and completely keeping my attention throughout the book. The story was fast-paced and filled with plenty of action, I'm really looking forward to see I really enjoyed this 2nd US Marshall Cady Maddix book. In this one, Cady is working on a case that involved a boy who has been hiding from a killer for several years. She is determined to track down this ruthless killer. I loved the main character, Cady Maddix, just as much in this book as in the first one. The storyline was a good one, interesting, and completely keeping my attention throughout the book. The story was fast-paced and filled with plenty of action, I'm really looking forward to seeing what comes next for Cady!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dsbook

    Another book that I had to read straight through. I could not put it down. I love Kylie Brant's writing style and how she pulls you into the story. Poor Dylan has spent his childhood running from a killer and you can not help but feel sorry for all he has been through

  22. 4 out of 5

    Griselda Alvarez

    I enjoyed this mystery but was not wowed by it. I felt It being the second in the series didn't make a difference. The characters were well written and felt completed. Thank you NetGalley, Author and the publisher for the eArc in exchange for an honest review.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Monica R.

    Good book but drags in spots This book was decent. Miss Brant writes a lovely story and the plot was easy to follow. I do not like where she started to drag out the details. For example : she got in the elevator, she pushed the buttons, when she was exiting the doors, then her phone rings. I remember in all of my writing classes that I was told to simplify and consolidate. I understand that she's trying to paint a picture, but the picture would still be obvious if she cut out the two middle parts Good book but drags in spots This book was decent. Miss Brant writes a lovely story and the plot was easy to follow. I do not like where she started to drag out the details. For example : she got in the elevator, she pushed the buttons, when she was exiting the doors, then her phone rings. I remember in all of my writing classes that I was told to simplify and consolidate. I understand that she's trying to paint a picture, but the picture would still be obvious if she cut out the two middle parts. But alas, the book was still decent. I give it 4 stars even though my star rating isn't showing up... It wasn't much of a mystery. I mean, the park about Trevor was something unknown and she still kind of left it floating in the air on the specifics, but I can guess what it was.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    The story starts out with Cady looking for Bruce Forrester and his accomplices. They are suspected of abducting and killing women. And, Bruce is wanted for a crime a few years earlier involving Dylan and his friend Trevor. I liked the story, and it kept my interest but there were alot of people to keep track of -- Cady, her Mom Hanna, Ryder and his Mom Laura, Dylan and his Mom Tina. Then we have Dylan's "uncle" T. And best of all, Cady's dog Hero. There is alot going on with Forester and T and The story starts out with Cady looking for Bruce Forrester and his accomplices. They are suspected of abducting and killing women. And, Bruce is wanted for a crime a few years earlier involving Dylan and his friend Trevor. I liked the story, and it kept my interest but there were alot of people to keep track of -- Cady, her Mom Hanna, Ryder and his Mom Laura, Dylan and his Mom Tina. Then we have Dylan's "uncle" T. And best of all, Cady's dog Hero. There is alot going on with Forester and T and I thought one thing and then another. And, the part with what really happened to Trevor was confusing. I thought for the whole book what happened, but then you find something else out towards the end, that changes everything. I like Cady though and where the story is going with her and Ryder. Will for sure read the next book in the series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Hanlie

    Wow! Brilliant read full of action and a twist or 2 at the end! A well rounded story with strong and well developed characters. Five years before Dylan Castle and his friend slipped out to go to the river. Only Dylan lived to tell the tale of what happened but his memory is sketchy. Deputy US Marshal Cady Maddox is assigned to the case. The person suspected of killing Trevor , Bruce Forrester, is still on the run and has kidnapped a young woman. Will she be able to stop him? This was the 1st boo Wow! Brilliant read full of action and a twist or 2 at the end! A well rounded story with strong and well developed characters. Five years before Dylan Castle and his friend slipped out to go to the river. Only Dylan lived to tell the tale of what happened but his memory is sketchy. Deputy US Marshal Cady Maddox is assigned to the case. The person suspected of killing Trevor , Bruce Forrester, is still on the run and has kidnapped a young woman. Will she be able to stop him? This was the 1st book I've read by this author and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I will definitely read more in the future. Thank you to #netgalley and thomas&Mercer for the ARC in exchange for my honest opinion

  26. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    I received this e-book via a Goodreads/Amazon Kindle giveaway. Thank you for the opportunity to read this story and provide my honest review. I enjoyed reading this book. I liked the character of Cady Maddix; I prefer my main characters to have some kind of backstory, be complex and not perfect. Plus, there were dogs! I loved that. I wish there had been more time developing her character; however, I didn't read #1 in the series -- so, perhaps there was more development in the first book. I am no I received this e-book via a Goodreads/Amazon Kindle giveaway. Thank you for the opportunity to read this story and provide my honest review. I enjoyed reading this book. I liked the character of Cady Maddix; I prefer my main characters to have some kind of backstory, be complex and not perfect. Plus, there were dogs! I loved that. I wish there had been more time developing her character; however, I didn't read #1 in the series -- so, perhaps there was more development in the first book. I am not a big fan of a lot of lovey dovey romance in my mysteries. So, the relationship between Cady and Ryder Talbot was tolerable for me. The story definitely held my interest and once I started reading it, I had trouble putting it down. The mystery and suspense definitely pulls you in.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Trish R.

    I really enjoy the Cady Maddix books. She a tough cookie but she’s not always trying to kick someone’s ass. She a good leader. This was about Forrester, Loomer and Teeter were some really bad guys. And Dylan was a really nice teenager who was constantly running for his life. As his mother was just a piece of trash. This was a very good book. There was no romance or sex whatsoever. And the F-bomb was used 64 times. As to the narration: Christina Traister did a fine job on both the male and female I really enjoy the Cady Maddix books. She a tough cookie but she’s not always trying to kick someone’s ass. She a good leader. This was about Forrester, Loomer and Teeter were some really bad guys. And Dylan was a really nice teenager who was constantly running for his life. As his mother was just a piece of trash. This was a very good book. There was no romance or sex whatsoever. And the F-bomb was used 64 times. As to the narration: Christina Traister did a fine job on both the male and female voices and had incredible emotions when she read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette

    Even though i never read the first book (Cold Dark Places), it made no difference in my enjoyment of 'Down the Darkest Road'. I do hope to read the first book sooner or later, but have also noticed several other books written by Kylie Brant that i would be interested in reading. This book had a great story line, with plenty of suspense and loved the twists towards to the end. Recommended. My thanks to Netgalley and the Publishers for my copy. This is my honest review, which i have voluntarily gi Even though i never read the first book (Cold Dark Places), it made no difference in my enjoyment of 'Down the Darkest Road'. I do hope to read the first book sooner or later, but have also noticed several other books written by Kylie Brant that i would be interested in reading. This book had a great story line, with plenty of suspense and loved the twists towards to the end. Recommended. My thanks to Netgalley and the Publishers for my copy. This is my honest review, which i have voluntarily given.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Corley

    This was one of the best books that I've read in a good while! I fell in love with the main character Cady Maddix! Overall the story was captivating and kept me glued to the edge of my seat throughout the entire story! I felt like I was invested in the characters and the outcome of the story! I also can't wait for book #3 to see what happens in Cady's life next and what choices she makes! Overall, excellent read with great narration! **I would like to thank Netgalley for providing this book to m This was one of the best books that I've read in a good while! I fell in love with the main character Cady Maddix! Overall the story was captivating and kept me glued to the edge of my seat throughout the entire story! I felt like I was invested in the characters and the outcome of the story! I also can't wait for book #3 to see what happens in Cady's life next and what choices she makes! Overall, excellent read with great narration! **I would like to thank Netgalley for providing this book to me in return for an honest and unbiased review!!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jill Burgin

    I thoroughly enjoyed ‘Cold Dark Places’ last year which was the first in the series following Us Marshall Cady Maddox and her dog Hero, This time it’s a young boy on the run from a serial killer and full of twists and turns. It’s a combo thriller/police procedural with a flawed female lead - my favorite style of novel! Again, Brant delivers a action packed book with more background story of a Cody that makes you respect her even more. Hurry up Book Three,

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