This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
The Red Hunter
Summary: New York Times bestselling author Lisa Unger “brings her trademark of intense suspense, believable characters and sharp plotting” (Sun-Sentinel) to this heart-stopping new psychological thriller, and proves once again why she is regarded as “one of today’s best thriller writers, period.” (Literary Hub)
What is the difference between justice and revenge?
Claudia Bishop’s perfect life fell apart when the aftermath of a brutal assault left her with a crumbling marriage, a newborn daughter, and a constant sense of anxiety about the world around her. Now, looking for a fresh start with a home restoration project and growing blog, Claudia takes on a crumbling old house–one that unbeknownst to her has an ugly history and may hide long buried secrets.
For Zoey Drake the defining moment of her childhood was the horrific murder of her parents. Years later, she has embraced the rage that fuels her. Training in the martial arts has made her strong and ready to face the demons from the past–and within.
Strangers to each other, and walking very different paths in the wake of trauma, these two women are on a collision course–because Zoey’s past nightmare and Claudia’s dreams for her future take place in the same house. As Zoey seeks justice, and Claudia seeks peace, both will confront the terrifying monsters at the door.
Traveling With T’s Thoughts:
Oh wow- I really enjoyed this book. It was creepy and suspenseful!
What I liked:
The characters Claudia and Zoey. This house represented so many different things to them and each was determined that the house would be a part of their life- whether it was moving forward or getting even with past.
The mystery. I loved how the past and present all wrapped together to make a hell of a story!
Bottom line: Put this book on your TBR list!
*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*
**This book was an April #FuturisticFriday selection.**
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Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T