A completely unputdownable thriller from Amazon chart bestseller Arlene Hunt.
‘The woman’s body lay on the bed, hair fanned out in a golden halo, blue eyes open. The man was upright; fully clothed. Were it not for the blood he might simply have been resting. On the table stood an unmistakable sign: a bouquet of bright yellow roses...’
On a freezing January morning, a young couple is found dead in their cottage in the quiet Dublin suburbs. They were recently engaged, had plans for the evening, but they never made it out. When Detective Eli Quinn arrives at the scene his stomach drops. The dining table has been laid for two: champagne glasses, candles, and a bouquet of yellow roses.
It’s the second double homicide in as many months where the killer has left yellow roses, and tucked between the thorns is a little card, with an image of a broken heart. There’s no doubt the killer is trying to send a message, but what do the flowers mean? And can Eli figure out the killer’s motive, before they strike again?
Utterly gripping, fast-paced and nail-bitingly tense, this serial killer thriller will keep you up reading all night. If you love Angela Marsons, Rachel Abbott and Patricia Gibney, you won’t be able to put this down.
'A great thriller that is extremely well written and will keep you on the edge of your seatwhile giving you food for thought. Highly recommended.' Bloomin Brilliant Books
'Oh my! The tension builds and builds. What a powerful and edge of your seat ride!' The Book Club
'This is an astonishing thriller of mammoth proportions and I cannot praise it highly enough!' Little Bookness Lane
'This book needs to be finished in one sitting ...Jessie had a lot of grit and was a strong main character. Caleb was a true sociopath. Put these two characters together and you are in for a real treat. My first book by this author and definitely it won't be my last. Highly recommend reading this. But clear your calendar because you won't be moving until you finish.' Laura's Book Reviews
'Caleb is one amazing character and really showed just what evil could be like. Truly a great book and I will definitely be reading more from this author.' Sean's Book Reviews