This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
The Smallest Mistake
Three went in; one came out. For five years, no trace has been found of two high-school friends who went hiking in the woods near Nashville. The third teen, Amber Ryder, was discovered at the bottom of a ravine with a broken arm, head trauma–and zero memory of the horror that put her there.
Will Put You
What started as a cold case has become a fresh hell for forensic technician Georgia Morgan. Another woman’s body is found in the woods, and it leads to the missing teens’ remains. But while Georgia works with Amber to try and reawaken her memories, her gut tells her the worst is yet to come.
At A Killer’s Mercy
Homicide Detective Jake Bishop can’t be sure whether Amber is an expert manipulator or the killer’s next target. Either way, he’s determined to protect Georgia. Because the deeper she digs into the past, the deadlier the secrets that emerge, and a nightmare years in the making is about to come to a bloody, terrifying end…
Traveling With T’s Thoughts:
Having read 2 of the 3 previous Morgan books, when this one was offered to me, I took it! The story of Georgia was one that I was curious about.
Georgia is feisty, spirited and has (almost!) too big of a heart! She reminds me a bit of Sara Sidle from CSI- she gets too involved in her cases. She has too much empathy.
I really liked the plot of the story. 3 kids go into the park to work on a science project and only one comes out- and she doesn’t remember a thing? Or does she?
Amber was a good character- in the way that I could never really quite decide if she was a victim or not- at least not till Mary Burton revealed all.
Parts of the lead-up to of why the park stuff happened were easy to figure (hello, Law and Order: SVU and soap operas!) But, I was entertained!
Bottom line: If you’ve enjoyed the other Morgan books, check this one out. If you haven’t read the others, no problem. They can be read out of order- although this one does have a link back to the first book that is especially sweet- if you know Georgia’s history.
Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T