Aug 27, 2017

Book Review: The Coldest Fear





A killer with nothing left to lose...

Afraid or not, Detective Bobbie Gentry has a monster to confront. The pain of losing her family and nearly her life to a criminal's vile hunger is still fresh, but now the landscape is different. Now she's not alone. Now she has Nick Shade to trust. Nick treats the terror of his past with vengeance. He's dedicated his life to hunting serial killers, and he'd give up his last breath to save Bobbie. When a string of killings bloodies Savannah's elite society and causes cold cases to resurface, Bobbie is captured in a city more haunted than Nick's inescapable nightmares. And as the murderer strikes close, Nick and Bobbie will need to become even closer if they're going to survive.


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 This time around Bobbie is drawn off of her home turf and finds herself investigating a cold case where five children suddenly disappeared.  This was a case where nothing turned up in the initial investigation yet all of a sudden four of the children's bodies were found and the fathers of the children are turned up dead.  

Nick has decided that he is going to be too much like his father because he enjoyed killing to save Bobbie's life.  Now he doesn't want her around and is on the hunt for his father.  Bobbie however is not accepting this verdict.

Talk about a stunning conclusion to a great trilogy!  While I do hope that Ms. Webb write more about Bobbie and Nick, I don't see how she can top this book.   I highly recommend that my readers who enjoy romantic suspense pick up this series.  You can't go wrong.  

*** I received this book at no charge from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.  All opinions expressed within are my own.

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