Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
Reporter Camille Preaker is asked to cover a developing story in her hometown, two young girls have been murdered. Camille is less than excited to head back to Wind Gap, she hasn’t spoken to her family for a very long time, including her neurotic mother and a half sister that she barley even knows.
Once she arrives home, Camille sees the eerie grip closing in on the small town. After doing lots of leg work around her hometown, she finds herself learning about the young victims and starts to piece together a terrifying truth hidden right under her nose. Dealing with her own demons, Camille is set on finding the killer and when she does it’s as if she’s opened Pandora’s Box.
I knew this book was going to be good, but was a little blown away at how the author formed this story with the sucker punch to the gut at the end that you didn’t seen coming. If you’ve enjoyed Flynn’s ‘Gone Girl’, then this is a must read. It’s a haunting read that you won’t be able to put down.