Wolfhunter River

Updated: Apr 9, 2019

Stillhouse Lake #3



A gripping psychological thriller that will have you devouring pages.


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SUMMARY

Gwen Proctor and her two kids escaped from her serial killer husband, but she hasn’t been able to outrun his notoriety. There are crazed stalkers out there still trying to make Gwen pay for her husband’s sins. Gwen is desperately fighting for a normal life for her kids. But she can’t ignore a cry for help, and when Marlene Crocket and her daughter call in a panic from Wolfhunter, Gwen reluctantly agrees to help.


But by the time she gets there Marlene is dead, and her daughter is accused of her murder. Gwen is confident the daughter did not shoot her mom, and begins investigating who did. At the same time Gwen’s stalkers are making a play to destroy her and her family.


REVIEW

Wolfhunter River is a gripping psychological thriller that will have you devouring the pages. The story moves fast and you’ll need your running shoes to keep up with all the action, as well as the various plot lines. Wolfhunter River is the third book in the Stillhouse Lake series, and the series keeps getting better and better.


Gwen Proctor is an amazingly real, strong and smart character. You can feel her fear, her pain and her anger, as well as her determination, her courage and her strength. My favorite part of the book was that despite zealous stalkers pursuing her relentlessly, Gwen still finds the fortitude to help someone else in trouble.


Rachel Caine’s writing is engaging. It will definitely make you sit up and take notice. The other two books in this series are Stillhouse Lake and Killman Creek. Caine is a NYT, USA Today, and #1 WSJ bestselling author of more than 50 books. Thanks to Netgalley, Rachel Caine and Thomas & Mercer for an advance reading copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.



Publisher Thomas & Mercer

Published April 23, 2019

Review www.bluestockingreviews.com





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