The Crying Season by D.K. Hood – Book Review

DK Hood has done it again, book 4 in the Kane and Alton series is bloody brilliant, I loved it. Each book is better than the last so I am rubbing my hands with glee at the thought of getting book 5 in the not too distant future! Can I have it now please πŸ™‚

The Crying Season was seriously good, it was full of tension, characters we have come to love and a plot so well written it will have you holding your breath and madly reading unable to put the book down.

We all love hiking right, it’s a fun safe activity. Black Rock Falls has stunning scenery and wonderful hiking trails and is very popular with locals and tourists alike. Is there something sinister happening in the forest? Is someone terrorising the hikers? Well as you know I am not one for giving away spoilers so you will just have to read this fabulous book to find out!

The book is fast paced, non stop action that smacks you in the face page after page leaving you breathless and on the edge of your seat. And that ending, just wow!

This book was awesome, I loved it. I am a big fan of DK Hood, this one gets a big thumbs up and if I could give it more than 5 stars I would, I reckon its a good 7.

Apologies for the short review, I am still recovering from cornea transplant surgery, it’s a long healing process and I am finding after a long day at work my eyes are very tired and sore. I think it’s safe to say though I thoroughly enjoyed this book!

Here is the publishers blurb:

The light fades as she runs for her life, the forest now becoming quieter around her. The only noise she hears is the sound of footsteps following her…

It’s hiking season in Black Rock Falls and the small town in Montana is flooded with visitors. But when a hiker finds a human skull on a deserted trail in the woods that surround the town, Detective Jenna Alton is called in to investigate.

With no missing persons reported, Jenna has no leads. Then her team makes a shocking discovery – the body of another hiker, a young man, tied to a tree and riddled with bullets. Could the two murders be linked?

As more bodies are found, Jenna and her deputy David Kane know that they must venture deep into the forest to find and face the killer. But nothing can prepare them for what awaits them there…

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