Eighteen years ago, twelve-year-old Brynn Wilder s life changed forever when her father and a teenage girl were severely injured in a brutal attack in the woods. Read more...
Eighteen years ago, twelve-year-old Brynn Wilder s life changed forever when her father and a teenage girl were severely injured in a brutal attack in the woods.
Jonah Wilder died, but fifteen-year-old Tessa Cavanaugh survived to tell the world about her horrific ordeal, and Brynn s devoted father was soon identified as the infamous Genessa Point serial killer. Brynn and her family fled the town, and Brynn swore never to return.
But the scars of the past won t heal, and when Brynn s tormented brother, Mark, goes back to Genessa Point only to suddenly disappear after telling a friend he has new information about his father s death, Brynn resolves to find him.
She may not want to confront her traumatic past, but a series of creepy and menacing incidents show that someone is determined Brynn won t escape it. Can she find Mark and uncover the truth about their father s death?"
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Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2014-12-15
- Reviewer: Staff
Those looking for romantic-thriller nirvana will find it in this standalone from Thompson (To the Grave). When Brynn Wilder and Mark, her brother, were in their teens, their father was murdered and posthumously declared Maryland’s infamous Genessa Point Killer. Brynn managed to move on and become a novelist, but Mark remained mired in the shame and blame . Eighteen years later, Mark has decided to return to Genessa Point, his deceptively pastoral Chesapeake Bay hometown, determined to clear his father’s name. Brynn, now living in Miami, is sufficiently worried about Mark to follow him to Genessa Point, where she learns that he’s suddenly disappeared. Reluctantly, she turns to Sheriff Garrett Dane, son of the sheriff who convinced the locals of her father’s guilt. Sinister voice-distorted phone calls and threats ensue, driving Brynn and Garrett into each other’s arms. A kid, a dog, and Steve Winwood’s plaintive eponymous song round out an excellent read. Agent: Pamela Ahearn, Ahearn Agency. (Feb.)