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Saturday, November 25, 2017

Book Review: Dark Peak by Adam J Wright

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Our last book of the day starts with DARK in its title, but from the moment you start reading, you'll know why it's our final 'dark' book of the day!

dark peak cover


Synopsis:

Thirty years ago, seven-year-old Mitch Walker was left for dead in the woods while his five-year-old sister Sarah was abducted.


Now, circumstances pull him back to the place where Sarah vanished. He finds evidence linking his sister to a number of girls whose disappearances remain a mystery and has to face the fact that she may have been a victim of a serial killer known as the Blackden Edge Murderer. 


Elly Cooper, ex-journalist and bestselling author, has been tasked by her agent to investigate the disappearances for a new book. She needs to find out if the rumoured Blackden Edge Murderer is more than just a local legend. This is Elly's last chance to get her failing career back on track and face her personal demons.


Review:

If our second book was a page turner, this one is a rapid page turner! With questions at every turn, and more clues than answers, with a healthy dose of red herrings, you may find yourself going back and re-reading sections of this book, after you finish the ending!  The book is perfectly set in the Peak Valley (home of one of other favorite detective series, by Stephen Booth), as it helps to form a backdrop that keeps both the characters and reader on edge. Read this one late into the night, only if you dare! But do read it and see what a great writer Wright is!

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About the Author:

Adam J. Wright is a British writer from Derbyshire. Dark Peak is his first novel set in the Peak District.


He is an avid reader of crime fiction, mysteries, and psychological thrillers and lists Robert Galbraith, Rachel Abbott, and Mark Billingham among his favourite authors.



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