Friday, September 14, 2012

Nowhere to Hide by Nancy Bush

She's a cop and she has a stalker.  He appears to be someone from her childhood...

Zebra, a division of Kensington, sent me an ARC of this book for review (thank you).  It's being published this month, so check with your local bookstore for a copy.

This is the follow up to Nowhere to Run.  Liv and Auggie are doing well together, but Auggie's twin, September, now has a problem.  When she gets a drawing from grade school days with the same saying on it as the dead bodies piling up from a serial killer, she suddenly realizes her life is danger.

September (usually called Nine, the month of her birth) can think of no one who would have a reason to hate her or kill her.  The problem is the killer is not a normal person and his reason doesn't have to be rational.

Nine runs into a guy she dated briefly in high school and finds she still has the hots for him.  However, he could be a suspect.  While she struggles with trying to find the killer and suspecting everyone, she also develops a new romance and finds out she has a brother no one knew about except her father.  If that's not enough to throw her off course a bit, she then decides to follow up a clue by herself.  Unfortunately, this clue leads her to the killer...

This story includes romance, murder, a twisted mind, and a dysfunctional family.  It's busy, holds your interest, and gets you involved with the characters.  It's also a fast read because you want to know what happens next!  Why not settle down in a comfortable chair and follow Nine on her journey?

If you'd like my copy of this ARC, leave a comment here on my blog and email at info at with your name and address and why you'd like to read it.  I'll pick a winner in a week or so.

Happy reading.


Shan said...

Certainly looks like an interesting read. You caught me with the dysfunctional family, because you know it's going to be FUN!! And who doesn't love a good mystery! thanks for the great review!

ChristyJan said...

Wow! I almost have goosebumps just reading your review. I'd love to read this one - it sounds like an intense, all-in-one-sitting read!