They will be coming soon. They come every night.
Snow is falling softly as a young woman takes her last breath.
Fifteen miles away, two women sit silently in a dark kitchen. They don’t speak, because there is nothing left to be said.
Another woman boards a plane to escape the man who is trying to steal her life. But she will have to return, sooner or later.
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This is another fine DCI Tom Douglas novel from Rachel Abbott. The characters we know and love have returned, but don’t seem to be the main focus. It would be easy to follow along with this one if you haven’t read any of the previous novels. In this one, we’re focusing more on a group of women who have been down on their luck… whether that stemmed from a man, family, or something else. They are very different people, but all have that in common. This hardship leads them to make a decision they
Callie has no one to turn to when she meets Thea on a cruise. She’s taken the vacation after making a promise to her grandfather, who has very recently passed away. She left behind a worthless boyfriend who seems content to live off her, despite her requests for him to leave her home. She’s hoping he will have vacated by the time she returns, but it soon becomes clear that it won’t be easy to escape him. Thea is an older woman, wise and comforting and soon starts to seem like all Callie has.
DCI Tom Douglas is investigating a young woman who has been found dead outside in the cold. She seems to have died peacefully and doesn’t have any injuries, but she’s in a hard to reach place without shoes and it just doesn’t add up to him.
This is a complex story that’s hard to predict with a stunning ending. I would have been happier if the chapters had been labeled, because we get so many different perspectives that it can get confusing, especially if you’re not reading in one sitting. I also had a hard time buying some of Callie’s actions, but the character development was great. I had a good time trying to figure out the characters and their motivations. This one is a 3.5 bumped up to a 4 for me.
I received a copy of this book from Net Galley and Black Dot Publishing, thank you! My review is honest and unbiased.