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Road to Evil by Melinda Woodhall

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Published: September 28, 2022

Creative Magnolia

Pages: 276

Genre: Crime Fiction

KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I received a copy of this book for free, and I leave my review voluntarily.

Melinda Woodhall is the author of the new Veronica Lee Thriller series, as well as the page-turning Mercy Harbor Thriller series. In addition to writing romantic thrillers and police procedurals, Melinda also writes women’s contemporary fiction as M.M. Arvin.

Evil Returns to the Backroads of Virginia
Criminal psychologist Bridget Bishop’s worst nightmare comes true when the Backroads Butcher returns to terrorize the small town of Mount Destiny, Virginia.

Working with the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit to track down the depraved serial killer, Bridget soon discovers her old nemesis isn’t the only killer in town.

Desperate to unravel the terrifying truth behind the series of grisly murders, Bridget comes face to face with a remorseless killer who will stop at nothing to hide his evil past.

“Time for beginnings…or is it endings?”

When Bridget thought things were going to slow down and that she would find some normal, the worst thing possible happened. It’s going to take every resource available to prevent bodies from piling up and to keep Bridget from becoming a victim.

This was suspenseful from the beginning! I love that I never know where this series is going until I am holding on for dear life, hoping to survive the free fall.

I enjoyed how psychologically and emotionally dark this book was. The levels these characters were pushed to was incredible. The depth, the detail, and the reactions were spot on.

This series gets better with every book. The character development is unreal, and I love that everything expands as the series is released.

I loved the finality with certain scenes, and a definite closing of some chapters, but I also loved the crumb trail for the next book(s) in the series!

I cannot wait to dive into the next case!

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