My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I couldn’t put this one down. This military crime fiction was brutal and graphic. The stakes were high and the depths of some of the characters were low, and the good guys were met with barriers at every turn. Excellent story, excellent writing, and excellent audiobook narration as well. Give me more like this any day!
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Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Date Published: June 8, 2020
Page Count: 448
One historic lake house. Seven murder victims. Four accused Army Rangers. Two versions of the truth.
Only one can survive.
Sullivan County, Georgia, belongs to Sheriff Emma Williams. But not when Army Rangers posted to the local base are implicated in a major crime. To an elite team of investigators led by Major Jeremiah Cook, the physical evidence Williams swears by presents clues to an entirely different story. The small-town sheriff has never worked a multiple homicide, and Cook knows it. Unless he can convince the locals that the recent crimes are part of a larger mystery, this outsider may never unlock the century of secrets hidden inside The Summer House.