by Alex Barclay
on Tour February 24th through March 31st, 2015
Genre: Mystery, Thriller
Published by: HarperCollins
Publication Date: February 24th 2015
Number of Pages: 416
ISBN: 0007494513 (ISBN13: 9780007494514)
Synopsis:FBI Agent Ren Bryce finds herself entangled in two seemingly unrelated mysteries. But the past has a way of echoing down the years and finding its way into the present.
When Special Agent Ren Bryce discovers the body of a young woman in an abandoned car, solving the case becomes personal. But the more she uncovers about the victim’s last movements, the more questions are raised.
Why was Laura Flynn driving towards a ranch for troubled teens in the middle of Colorado when her employers thought she was hundreds of miles away? And what did she know about a case from fifty years ago, which her death dramatically reopens?
As Ren and cold case investigator Janine Hooks slowly weave the threads together, a picture emerges of a privileged family determined to hide some very dark secrets – whatever the cost.
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Author Bio:Barclay studied journalism at university and worked for a period in fashion and beauty journalism as a copywriter in the RTÉ Guide. In 2003, she left the fashion industry to write Darkhouse, the first of two novels featuring NYPD detective Joe Lucchesi. Her second novel, The Caller, was released in 2007, and Last Call in 2008. She won the Ireland AM Crime Fiction Award at the Irish Book Awards for her fourth novel, Blood Runs Cold.
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I just finished reading "Harm's Reach" and I found it to be the kind of novel that keeps you guessing, and leaves you scared for the characters in the book. A young girl is found dead and it will be up to Special Agent Ren Bryce to try to find the killer. Special Agent Ren sets out to do just that but, with each step that she thinks she is getting closer she finds more mystery. Janine Hooks who is an investigator is trying to help her find the answers. I really liked the book and I give it a 4/5. I was given this book for the purpose of a review by Partners in Crime Book Tours and all opinions are my own.