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These are a group of reasonably straight forward thriller/procedurals. I enjoyed this one as an audiobook. The narrator was very good. It might work as a stand-alone but I appreciated having read the others in the series before this one. I await the next.
I loved this book and I’m hoping it’s not the last one in this series. All the characters were good. So much going on and no time to be bored lol. The story line was full on and left me wanting to move on to see how the story line developed.
I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.
The fourth instalment of the Bree Taggert series sees Bree returning to her family farm, 27 years after her father killed her mother only to discover human remains buried on the property. We then follow Bree as she investigates the 30 year old murders that likely involved her father.
I really enjoyed the police investigation and watching Bree and her team as they identify the remains and try to work out who killed the victims and why. I found the story engaging and I liked that it wasn’t immediately obvious who the killer was. As well as the mystery we get to see Bree’s romance with Matt take a few new steps and it was good to see Bree’s life coming settled both professionally and personally.
Right Behind Her is another interesting crime story mixed with a little bit of life and love for Bree. I have to say there were a few scenes that really got my heart pumping and had me on the edge of my seat. This is a really good series and I’m looking forward to more books from Bree. Right Behind Her gets a solid 4 stars from me.
I love catching up with Bree, Matt, Dana and the kids. I always enjoy the guessing and trying doing my own detective work, this time it was a surprise, this was a story close to home and brought up a lot of memories for Bree. It was great seeing Bree as a woman not just a Sheriff. I really love this series.
Evil seeps from every bone of their body, chilling murders, hideous torture, corruption and deceit....but how is Bree supposed to catch a killer when the face they present to everyone is so normal? I loved this book, we are finally seeing cracks in the walls around Bree's heart and whilst this investigation makes her relive the nightmare that was her childhood, it also brings closure and maybe even a small shimmer of hope. A fantastically chilling read on Kindle Unlimited.