Wednesday, October 26, 2016

In the Clearing // book review

I finished reading this book in two weeks not because it wasn't good but because I was distracted by Fall TV Shows. I bought the kindle edition and the audiobook at a discounted price. I just love when they made an offer like this ($4.99 for the book and $1.99 for the audiobook). 

In the Clearing by Robert Dugoni is the third book of Tracie Crosswhite series

What this book is about?

"Detective Tracy Crosswhite has a skill, and a soft spot, for tackling unsolved crimes. Having lost her own sister to murder at a young age, Tracy has dedicated her career to bringing justice and closure to the families and friends of victims of crime.
So when Jenny, a former police academy classmate and protΓ©gΓ©, asks Tracy to help solve a cold case that involves the suspicious suicide of a Native American high school girl forty years earlier, Tracy agrees. Following up on evidence Jenny’s detective father collected when he was the investigating deputy, Tracy probes one small town’s memory and finds dark, well-concealed secrets hidden within the community’s fabric. Can Tracy uphold the promise she’s made to the dead girl’s family and deliver the truth of what happened to their daughter? Or will she become the next victim?" excerpt from

What do I think?

I have been a fan of Robert Dugoni's book after I read My Sister's Grave. When this book came out I immediately purchased it. I love Tracy Crosswhite character and I just can't get enough of the story.

I am not usually a fan of a cold case especially when it was a really really old case. The story line is well written and I enjoy reading it so much. I just wish that the author write more about the current case that Tracy is working on which I think is so much sick and twisted as the cold case one.

I totally get it wrong when the real killer was reviled in the end. It's pure evil in my opinion. 

I still recommend this book if you enjoyed the first two books of this series

I can't wait for the fourth book.

Currently reading -> The Devil's Work by Mark Edwards

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