Friday, June 1, 2018

Review: Follow Me Home

Follow Me Home by D.K. Hood

My rating: 4 Stars

Sheriffs Jenna Alton and Dave Kane are at first on the case of a dead body found in a secluded house. They quickly discover that this brutal murder is the first of its kind when another body is found. It becomes apparent that a vigilante killer is on the loose. There has been a rash of missing girls over the past several years and they wonder if one of the earlier victims has turned into said vigilante.

The synopsis of Follow Me Home in no way alluded me to the fact that the subject matter would be so utterly dark and chilling. It was quite painful to read at times as I did not at all relish being in the minds, even if just for a second, of the sick, perverted pedophiles that are being picked off one by one. Nonetheless, this read is compelling as this sick group of men needs to be stopped, as does the killer. It remains truly gripping and the twists and turns were just enough to upset me more than once. This is book three in the series but read rather well as a standalone to me. I most certainly will follow future books by this author.

Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC to review.

Date of publication: June 7, 2018

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