Eriston is a small town.
It’s the kind of place where everyone knows your name – and your secrets.
Rebecca hasn’t been back in years, but she grew up in the shadow of the dark local legend. There have always been deaths in Eriston – more than can easily be explained. People dying in their houses, behind locked doors.
Her father Sean had always warned her of the dangers. Don’t let him in.
When Rebecca returns, she discovers that her father wasn’t willing to let the legend lie. He was on the verge of uncovering the town’s darkest truth.
He thought he was on the trail of a killer.
Sean knew too much. Now he’s dead.
Rebecca could accept her father’s death
Or she could risk her life by carrying on his work . . .
When Rebecca has to return to her home town, she is not looking forward to it, it is a small town where everyone knows everybody else’s business. That is why she moved and hadn’t returned. But now she is back and eerie things are happening, her father was on the brink of discovering a big secret until something happened to him. But what was it? and if Rebecca goes on the hunt to unravel it will she end up the same way her father did? It was a tense, chilling and dark read that made me feel on edge the whole time reading it. I was worried for Rebecca but wanted to find out if her father was right or not. This would be great if it was turned into a film.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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