Find Me in the Dark
Totally gripping serial killer fiction (Detective Harlow Durant, Book 1)
by Dea Poirier
Narrated by Lisa Rost-Welling
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 21 Oct 2021 | Archive Date 21 Oct 2021
Bookouture Audio, Bookouture
My father’s path was one I never wanted to walk, but here I am, following drops of blood like a crumb trail left in the woods. I was born of murder, my life built on the bones of a prolific killer. And now, I must atone for sins that should not be mine to bear.
Detective Harlow Durant has spent a lifetime trying to escape the shadows of her tormented past. As the daughter of a convicted serial killer, Harlow was determined to turn her life around and is now the only female detective at the New York Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation, bringing killers like her father to justice.
Upstate, in the small college town of Plattsburgh, the body of a young woman has been found inside a melting snowbank. Harlow and her partner Detective Lucas Park are immediately called in to investigate. Searching around the victim’s frozen body, they find a bracelet that identifies her as college student Alyssa Trent.
As Harlow and Lucas begin to gather evidence from the town’s shocked community, the snow continues to thaw and soon another two victims are discovered. With the body count rising fast, it is clear that Harlow is hunting a serial killer. But what links these seemingly ordinary young women?
With a town living in fear and a killer at large, Harlow receives a chilling message from someone who knows her father’s case and knows the secret she has hidden from the bureau. Is she being warned off the case? And with a freak April snowstorm heading across the state, will Harlow risk everything to stop a killer dead in their tracks before they strike again?
From the best-selling author of Next Girl to Die comes a chilling crime thriller perfect for fans of Melinda Leigh, Kendra Elliot, and Robert Dugoni’s Tracy Crosswhite series.
|DURATION||8 Hours, 29 Minutes, 1 Seconds|
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Average rating from 73 members
I cannot rate this audio book highly enough it was fantastic , I just had to keep listening - my poor dog got lots of dog walks as I had to keep listening. It was such an interesting premise - and wow the ending. I need the next one soon. Apart from the clever writing other plus points descriptions of coffee types and serial killer history background. What I didn't like was a bit too much on issues affecting females, that seems to be a requirement in most books lately. It just didn't sit right with the tone and felt lecturing, but that seemed to disappear in the last half of the book. I was given an advance copy by Bookouture audio and netgalley but the review is entirely my own.