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The sound of a blood curdling scream echoed through the manor. Her pleas ignored, her screams unheard. Tomorrow would not come for Everly Zara… What does the death of a young child, and the sudden death of the girl in the manor have in common? Was it simply just a coincidence, or is there something far more disturbing than anyone could ever imagine? Everly Zara, a beautif The sound of a blood curdling scream echoed through the manor. Her pleas ignored, her screams unheard. Tomorrow would not come for Everly Zara… What does the death of a young child, and the sudden death of the girl in the manor have in common? Was it simply just a coincidence, or is there something far more disturbing than anyone could ever imagine? Everly Zara, a beautiful young woman, is found dead in the bedroom of the manor. The bedroom which she shares with her new fiancé. She is naked and hanging. Her ankles are bound. There are words written on her body. The news is shocking and disturbing to everyone who knows her. Could Everly no longer bear the sadness and guilt of the little boy’s death, and killed herself to escape it? But the heartbreaking death of a beautiful young woman accused of a horrible act may not be as straightforward as everyone thought. The further Emma dives into the case, the more she realizes, everything is not as it seems. As secrets from Everly’s past rise to the surface and the shocking nature of it discovered. Emma must unravel the truth before she becomes a victim herself. In the close-knit town of Sherwood, something or someone is coming for Emma Griffin. With her past constantly haunting her, and the disturbing nature of this mystery. Nothing is what it seems, yet everything feels so familiar. Emma is left to wonder if she is really losing her mind. How deep down the rabbit hole will Emma go to find out the truth of her past? How far will she go to find out the truth behind Everly Zara’s death? One thing's for certain, Emma’s entire world will be forever changed once the truth is revealed. The Girl in the Manor is the third book in the Emma Griffin Mystery series, it can be read as a standalone.


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The sound of a blood curdling scream echoed through the manor. Her pleas ignored, her screams unheard. Tomorrow would not come for Everly Zara… What does the death of a young child, and the sudden death of the girl in the manor have in common? Was it simply just a coincidence, or is there something far more disturbing than anyone could ever imagine? Everly Zara, a beautif The sound of a blood curdling scream echoed through the manor. Her pleas ignored, her screams unheard. Tomorrow would not come for Everly Zara… What does the death of a young child, and the sudden death of the girl in the manor have in common? Was it simply just a coincidence, or is there something far more disturbing than anyone could ever imagine? Everly Zara, a beautiful young woman, is found dead in the bedroom of the manor. The bedroom which she shares with her new fiancé. She is naked and hanging. Her ankles are bound. There are words written on her body. The news is shocking and disturbing to everyone who knows her. Could Everly no longer bear the sadness and guilt of the little boy’s death, and killed herself to escape it? But the heartbreaking death of a beautiful young woman accused of a horrible act may not be as straightforward as everyone thought. The further Emma dives into the case, the more she realizes, everything is not as it seems. As secrets from Everly’s past rise to the surface and the shocking nature of it discovered. Emma must unravel the truth before she becomes a victim herself. In the close-knit town of Sherwood, something or someone is coming for Emma Griffin. With her past constantly haunting her, and the disturbing nature of this mystery. Nothing is what it seems, yet everything feels so familiar. Emma is left to wonder if she is really losing her mind. How deep down the rabbit hole will Emma go to find out the truth of her past? How far will she go to find out the truth behind Everly Zara’s death? One thing's for certain, Emma’s entire world will be forever changed once the truth is revealed. The Girl in the Manor is the third book in the Emma Griffin Mystery series, it can be read as a standalone.

30 review for The Girl in the Manor

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Adams

    Excellent storyline Excellent storyline. However I suggest a proofreader/editor to fix the grammar/syntax/sub verb agreement issues that detract from the story and are irritating. I'm more than happy to apply for the job. Excellent storyline Excellent storyline. However I suggest a proofreader/editor to fix the grammar/syntax/sub verb agreement issues that detract from the story and are irritating. I'm more than happy to apply for the job.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sara Estrada

    Wow, this one was better than the previous book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Hunt

    I received a copy of this book from the author on exchange for an honest review* I loved this book! I haven't read the others in this series, but they're now on my tbr list. This book pulls u in from the very first page and leaves u upset when its done. U just don't want it to end and it leaves u wanting more. This is a very intriguing story w a lot of twists and turns. If u love a good thriller w a lot of suspense, make sure to read this series I received a copy of this book from the author on exchange for an honest review* I loved this book! I haven't read the others in this series, but they're now on my tbr list. This book pulls u in from the very first page and leaves u upset when its done. U just don't want it to end and it leaves u wanting more. This is a very intriguing story w a lot of twists and turns. If u love a good thriller w a lot of suspense, make sure to read this series

  4. 5 out of 5

    Judy Churchill

    I love these books more with each one I read. An author with an incredibly creative mind. I just bought the next two books in the series. READ THEM!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Barkman

    First book I’ve read by this author. Plot was good but the ending left the reader hanging with some things. Maybe because it’s a series. The numerous errors and typos were quite annoying. I think the book went to print without being proofread. I bought one more book in the series. If it also has lots of mistakes I think it will be the last one I read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I still liked the first book in this series the best, but this one was pretty good. I will say there were some major misses in the editing though, which made following the storyline confusing at times, specifically referring to Penelope as a “he”. I also found the chapters about “Him” a bit boring at times, but the rest of the story was compelling.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Vicky D.

    These stories are getting better with each book that includes a mystery within a mystery that keeps you guessing.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Marti Brooks

    While I enjoy the trials and tribulations of FBI agent Emma, this author and her staff need to do a better job proofreading before publishing. While I’ve ignored typos and confusing storylines in previous books, this time the error was too big too ignore. In a critical story point involving the death of a toddler, the child was referred to as “he” repeatedly AFTER it was revealed that a character’s DAUGHTER had died. Plus, the story ends without any wrap up of WHO killed or WHY this toddler was While I enjoy the trials and tribulations of FBI agent Emma, this author and her staff need to do a better job proofreading before publishing. While I’ve ignored typos and confusing storylines in previous books, this time the error was too big too ignore. In a critical story point involving the death of a toddler, the child was referred to as “he” repeatedly AFTER it was revealed that a character’s DAUGHTER had died. Plus, the story ends without any wrap up of WHO killed or WHY this toddler was killed. Personally, I think the author is attempting to get too clever introducing overlapping events/storylines and then wraps one up totally ignoring the others? Not addressing the death of the toddler in this book was the final straw for me. Don’t know that I will continue the series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Margie J. Shine

    Good book but... Good story and well written but editing could be better. Confusing because baby Penelope is continually referred to as a he instead of a she.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Billie

    The sound of a blood curdling scream echoed through the manor. Her pleas ignored, her screams unheard. Tomorrow would not come for Everly Zara… What does the death of a young child, and the sudden death of the girl in the manor have in common? Was it simply just a coincidence, or is there something far more disturbing than anyone could ever imagine? Everly Zara, a beautiful young woman, is found dead in the bedroom of the manor. The bedroom which she shares with her new fiancé. She is naked and hangi The sound of a blood curdling scream echoed through the manor. Her pleas ignored, her screams unheard. Tomorrow would not come for Everly Zara… What does the death of a young child, and the sudden death of the girl in the manor have in common? Was it simply just a coincidence, or is there something far more disturbing than anyone could ever imagine? Everly Zara, a beautiful young woman, is found dead in the bedroom of the manor. The bedroom which she shares with her new fiancé. She is naked and hanging. Her ankles are bound. There are words written on her body. The news is shocking and disturbing to everyone who knows her. Could Everly no longer bear the sadness and guilt of the little boy’s death, and killed herself to escape it? But the heartbreaking death of a beautiful young woman accused of a horrible act may not be as straightforward as everyone thought. The further Emma dives into the case, the more she realizes, everything is not as it seems. As secrets from Everly’s past rise to the surface and the shocking nature of it discovered. Emma must unravel the truth before she becomes a victim herself. In the close-knit town of Sherwood, something or someone is coming for Emma Griffin. With her past constantly haunting her, and the disturbing nature of this mystery. Nothing is what it seems, yet everything feels so familiar. Emma is left to wonder if she is really losing her mind. How deep down the rabbit hole will Emma go to find out the truth of her past? How far will she go to find out the truth behind Everly Zara’s death? One thing's for certain, Emma’s entire world will be forever changed once the truth is revealed. The Girl in the Manor is the third book in the Emma Griffin Mystery series, it can be read as a standalone. This is a brilliant read. Wonderful well written plot and story line that had me engaged from the start. Love the well fleshed out characters and found them believeable. Great suspense and action with wonderful world building that adds so much to the story. Can't wait to read more from this author. Recommend reading. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Hamann

    So here we are, a third book into Emma's story, the world's most bumbling and fumbling FBI agent, who despite her apparent abilities manages to lucky-hunch and "oh boy" her way to another case solved. Emma's character was less eyeroll-worthy this time around, though I still felt her romance was unnecessary and uninteresting. Rivers' writing talent holds through this book, which, despite being a little more all over the place than the previous two, is still interesting and well-written. The myste So here we are, a third book into Emma's story, the world's most bumbling and fumbling FBI agent, who despite her apparent abilities manages to lucky-hunch and "oh boy" her way to another case solved. Emma's character was less eyeroll-worthy this time around, though I still felt her romance was unnecessary and uninteresting. Rivers' writing talent holds through this book, which, despite being a little more all over the place than the previous two, is still interesting and well-written. The mystery is interesting, of course, as I trust Rivers to be able to do. I do wish that she would focus on either the mystery or Emma's personal mysteries at times, as there tends to be this feeling of "wait I want to know more" as she keeps moving on. Telling my friends about this book has been a huge highlight, as Emma Griffin has now become a term we call someone when they're doing something not the best way, but still accomplishing the task, however messy and unskilled that might be. For every downfall I think there can be in Emma's story or character, I do genuinely enjoy these books and I'm sincerely hoping my friends read them so they don't have to listen to me talk about them for 30 minutes like Charlie in It's Always Sunny in the office episode. In this book, we have yet another big, bad, mysterious case that Emma isn't actually involved in, yet manages to wedge her way into. While this happens, we now have not one but TWO personal mysteries for Emma being brought to her attention that not solved in this book, and Rivers does a wonderful job of making sure you're interested and invested and drawing you away with someone else. So, here I am, somewhat impatiently awaiting the fourth installment in this series. I have March 4th marked on my calendar and everything.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    The third book in the Emma Griffin series is a little confusing as it jumps back and forth between the current time and several years prior but overall is a great book that keeps you turning the pages. Emma is supposedly on leave with the FBI and is at the house that originally belonged to her grandmother in Sherwood. She sees a man dressed in a dark hoodie and, when he raises his face, she is sure he is her long-missing father but is too stunned to go after him. Sheriff Sam Johnson asks for her The third book in the Emma Griffin series is a little confusing as it jumps back and forth between the current time and several years prior but overall is a great book that keeps you turning the pages. Emma is supposedly on leave with the FBI and is at the house that originally belonged to her grandmother in Sherwood. She sees a man dressed in a dark hoodie and, when he raises his face, she is sure he is her long-missing father but is too stunned to go after him. Sheriff Sam Johnson asks for her help in a suicide investigation and they later determine it is really a murder investigation. They learn that Everly Zara Blair had been in a cult and her parents had not heard from her in years. This leads them to the cult where the calm and polished exterior of Ruth and the followers hides true evil. Emma and Sam went to a storage unit that she had learned her father had rented. In a box of photos, she finds a photo of her and her mother and both are wearing matching necklaces, identical to the one left wedged between the arm of the sofa and the cushion and the one that was found beneath the stairs at the rental cabin in Feathered Nest. How did the necklace get to Feathered Nest? Emma's father had been with the CIA before disappearing and they never had photos on display yet there are thousands of photos in the storage box. Where have these been all these years? I notice a lot of reviews state that this is the first book in the series they've read. To better understand the series, you really need to read them in order (although there are still a lot of unanswered questions!).

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dan Smith

    Everly Zara, a beautiful young woman, is found dead in the bedroom of the manor. The bedroom which she shares with her new fiancé. She is naked and hanging. Her ankles are bound. There are words written on her body. The news is shocking and disturbing to everyone who knows her. Could Everly no longer bear the sadness and guilt of the little boy’s death, and killed herself to escape it? But the heartbreaking death of a beautiful young woman accused of a horrible act may not be as straightforward as e Everly Zara, a beautiful young woman, is found dead in the bedroom of the manor. The bedroom which she shares with her new fiancé. She is naked and hanging. Her ankles are bound. There are words written on her body. The news is shocking and disturbing to everyone who knows her. Could Everly no longer bear the sadness and guilt of the little boy’s death, and killed herself to escape it? But the heartbreaking death of a beautiful young woman accused of a horrible act may not be as straightforward as everyone thought. The further Emma dives into the case, the more she realizes, everything is not as it seems. As secrets from Everly’s past rise to the surface and the shocking nature of it discovered. Emma must unravel the truth before she becomes a victim herself. In the close-knit town of Sherwood, something or someone is coming for Emma Griffin. With her past constantly haunting her, and the disturbing nature of this mystery. Nothing is what it seems, yet everything feels so familiar. Emma is left to wonder if she is really losing her mind. How deep down the rabbit hole will Emma go to find out the truth of her past? How far will she go to find out the truth behind Everly Zara’s death? One thing's for certain, Emma’s entire world will be forever changed once the truth is revealed.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. As I've stated in my reviews for the earlier books in this series, there are things that I personally would change. However, it kept my interest throughout the book enough to keep me reading. I really like Sam and Eric's characters. They have definitely become favorites. I'm eager to learn more about Emma's father and Greg but I'm frustrated with how the father is only around when the story needs fluff. Between the undercover episode, the entire scenario with seriel killer Jake and now the being As I've stated in my reviews for the earlier books in this series, there are things that I personally would change. However, it kept my interest throughout the book enough to keep me reading. I really like Sam and Eric's characters. They have definitely become favorites. I'm eager to learn more about Emma's father and Greg but I'm frustrated with how the father is only around when the story needs fluff. Between the undercover episode, the entire scenario with seriel killer Jake and now the being kidnapped by a cult, I hope Rivers takes it down a notch on the next book in the series. There is enough going on to keep our attention without a complete disaster occurring during a case Emma is working on the side. In fact she has so much going on in each book that each one has multiple loose ends each time. A case can be exciting and intense without putting her life on a hairline trigger with death each time. Regardless, I'll be continuing to read this series at this point with only the need to know why the father isn't ever around to save her from the cult kidnapping, etc.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Marley

    Emma your so bad at being an FBI agent but I’m still here for it! Does she ever carry a gun in this one? That would be a negatory big John. Does her lifetime of martial arts come into play? Nope, sorry she still sucks and relies on Eric to send back up. I really did like Everly’s story. Still not sure what happened to Penelope. Guess she really did fall? It took me a long time to realize that the chapters for ‘him’ are two different ‘hims’. I was no joke started to get the creeps from daddy-O th Emma your so bad at being an FBI agent but I’m still here for it! Does she ever carry a gun in this one? That would be a negatory big John. Does her lifetime of martial arts come into play? Nope, sorry she still sucks and relies on Eric to send back up. I really did like Everly’s story. Still not sure what happened to Penelope. Guess she really did fall? It took me a long time to realize that the chapters for ‘him’ are two different ‘hims’. I was no joke started to get the creeps from daddy-O there for a minute. This one gives us some cult action kinda. I really want to know what happened to Greg? I don’t think he’s the other him but I could be wrong. Negative reviews or not I still love the series. It play out like a soap opera😂 I want the full story of her past and wtf is going on with this other him in the present. Poor Sam though. Like for real Emma are you using him for a side job? Cause I don’t think it’s love that’s for sure.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Emilie Davis

    Great reading!! Wow! I did not know what to expect when I got Book 3 in the Emma Griffin FBI. I didn't think that the first two books could be improved upon. I was wrong. The suspense was killing me by the time I got through two-thirds of the book. While the books are stand alones, there are overlapping characters and relationships that are throughout. Some have been resolved and some haven't. Nevertheless, the Bureau and Sheriff Sam come through. This book deals with a presumed suicide that wasn Great reading!! Wow! I did not know what to expect when I got Book 3 in the Emma Griffin FBI. I didn't think that the first two books could be improved upon. I was wrong. The suspense was killing me by the time I got through two-thirds of the book. While the books are stand alones, there are overlapping characters and relationships that are throughout. Some have been resolved and some haven't. Nevertheless, the Bureau and Sheriff Sam come through. This book deals with a presumed suicide that wasn't, a cult that was really weird (but I haven't heard of a cult that wasn't weird) and parts of Emma's past life that she is trying to understand. All of this makes for a great mystery that will keep you on the edge of your seat. When is the next one coming out?

  17. 5 out of 5

    Karen Seibert-Combs

    This is the first Emma Griffin mystery I've read and I loved it!! It was easy to become familiar with the characters and enough of the back story was told that I understood the relationships between the characters. I enjoyed the setting of the story, seems to be a comfortable small town where everyone knows everyone else's business, or they think they do. Emma, at times, is very outspoken but confident. The story is full of unexpected twists and turns and at the end it kept me wanting more. I'm This is the first Emma Griffin mystery I've read and I loved it!! It was easy to become familiar with the characters and enough of the back story was told that I understood the relationships between the characters. I enjoyed the setting of the story, seems to be a comfortable small town where everyone knows everyone else's business, or they think they do. Emma, at times, is very outspoken but confident. The story is full of unexpected twists and turns and at the end it kept me wanting more. I'm excited to read the first and second books of this series and the fourth book that will be out soon. Thank-you to A.J. Rivers for an ARC in exchange for a honest review.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Randolph A Rossi

    Emma Investigates a Murder and Solves a Mass Killing by a Cult Agent Emma Griffin while on leave from the FBI can’t seem to sit still, as she assists her childhood friend, Sheriff Sam Johnson in the investigation of the murder of a woman. Living in her old hometown of Sherwood, she keeps bumping into her past. Two times she thinks that she see her father, who disappeared over 10 years ago. This coupled with the FBI seeing a former agent and Emma’s former boyfriend appear on security tapes prior t Emma Investigates a Murder and Solves a Mass Killing by a Cult Agent Emma Griffin while on leave from the FBI can’t seem to sit still, as she assists her childhood friend, Sheriff Sam Johnson in the investigation of the murder of a woman. Living in her old hometown of Sherwood, she keeps bumping into her past. Two times she thinks that she see her father, who disappeared over 10 years ago. This coupled with the FBI seeing a former agent and Emma’s former boyfriend appear on security tapes prior to a terrorist Bombing at a Bus Terminal in Richmond. Her investigation of the woman’s murder leads her to a mass killing unsolved by the FBI several years ago. A great read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne Rohrbaugh

    Kept me guessing. I think Ms Rivers is getting better with each book. I liked the first book and thought it was okay, but I had guessed who did it before the end. Still good plot and very entertaining. The second book was, to me, a better book. I had no idea of who did it. It was a page turner. The third book is my favorite so far. It kept me guessing the entire way. I got more into the characters, Sam Eric, and the others, and am hoping they stay for the other books. I also love how the books e Kept me guessing. I think Ms Rivers is getting better with each book. I liked the first book and thought it was okay, but I had guessed who did it before the end. Still good plot and very entertaining. The second book was, to me, a better book. I had no idea of who did it. It was a page turner. The third book is my favorite so far. It kept me guessing the entire way. I got more into the characters, Sam Eric, and the others, and am hoping they stay for the other books. I also love how the books end. Just enough teaser to get me reading the other books. What's the deal with Greg? Where has he been? Where's her father? So much to find out.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Lanaghan

    Book Review: The Girl in the Manor by A.J. Rivers ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Another great Emma Griffin story!! The ending had me at the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next! I can’t wait to continue this series!! #bookreview #bookaddict #bookrecommendation #bookrecommendations #booksofinstagram #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #readersofinstagram #bookishbounds #thegirlincabin13 #ajrivers #thriller #crime #murder #thrillerbooks #thrillerbooksaddict #bookreader #booklover #booknerd #bookreviewer #c Book Review: The Girl in the Manor by A.J. Rivers ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Another great Emma Griffin story!! The ending had me at the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next! I can’t wait to continue this series!! #bookreview #bookaddict #bookrecommendation #bookrecommendations #booksofinstagram #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #readersofinstagram #bookishbounds #thegirlincabin13 #ajrivers #thriller #crime #murder #thrillerbooks #thrillerbooksaddict #bookreader #booklover #booknerd #bookreviewer #currentlyreading #readingtime #readersofinsta #goodreads #goodreadschallenge2021 #bookshelf #booksbooksbooks #kindlereads #bibliophile #bookstagramcommunity @a.j._rivers

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lynn M. Sanders

    Keep writing A.J Rivers! I stumbled upon the author A.J. Rivers a few days ago and started reading, The Girl in Cabin 13, just was going to read a couple paragraphs..... I was HOOKED!! The writing is so good. The characters are great. I love love love Emma Griffen! I just finished, The Girl in the Manor. The only negative is this is book 3 in the Emma Griffen series and there's only 1 more written. I can't even think of not having a new Emma book to read! Please A.J. Rivers keep writing! Keep writing A.J Rivers! I stumbled upon the author A.J. Rivers a few days ago and started reading, The Girl in Cabin 13, just was going to read a couple paragraphs..... I was HOOKED!! The writing is so good. The characters are great. I love love love Emma Griffen! I just finished, The Girl in the Manor. The only negative is this is book 3 in the Emma Griffen series and there's only 1 more written. I can't even think of not having a new Emma book to read! Please A.J. Rivers keep writing!

  22. 4 out of 5

    dubbiechan

    This book wasn’t as good as the previous books, but still was very well written. The book starts off sort of jumbled. The author puts in a lot of backstories and different perspectives, which makes things sort of hard to follow along with when you’re trying to stick to the main story. However, the book wraps up nicely and it makes sense as to why it was written that way. Although I got lost a couple of times throughout the book, I’d still recommend it. The plot is amazing and leaves you wanting This book wasn’t as good as the previous books, but still was very well written. The book starts off sort of jumbled. The author puts in a lot of backstories and different perspectives, which makes things sort of hard to follow along with when you’re trying to stick to the main story. However, the book wraps up nicely and it makes sense as to why it was written that way. Although I got lost a couple of times throughout the book, I’d still recommend it. The plot is amazing and leaves you wanting to read more.

  23. 5 out of 5

    JoAnna Damron

    "Sometimes people lose pieces of themselves. It's whether they find them again that really makes the difference" This book threw me for a loop and had me questioning which way was up. It also felt like a true mystery/thriller to me. Although, I will say this book had a lot more grammatical/spelling errors than the first two in this series did. I still felt that overall this was a really good book and now I'm on to the next in this series. P.S. I have a feeling "HIM" is not as obvious as I think. "Sometimes people lose pieces of themselves. It's whether they find them again that really makes the difference" This book threw me for a loop and had me questioning which way was up. It also felt like a true mystery/thriller to me. Although, I will say this book had a lot more grammatical/spelling errors than the first two in this series did. I still felt that overall this was a really good book and now I'm on to the next in this series. P.S. I have a feeling "HIM" is not as obvious as I think. Worth the read?: Yes

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ashanti-Dove

    This book was so sick wow, I found myself constantly yelling at it like the author could hear me! I was 100% cheering Emma on taking down this weirdo cult and the twists in here really had me going who would've thought it ended that. I'm reading the other reviews and it's crazy because people are expecting this author to have all this knowledge of F.B.I and police like come on! Its a (excuse my language) fucking book!!! This author really knows how to draw people in and make them sit there becau This book was so sick wow, I found myself constantly yelling at it like the author could hear me! I was 100% cheering Emma on taking down this weirdo cult and the twists in here really had me going who would've thought it ended that. I'm reading the other reviews and it's crazy because people are expecting this author to have all this knowledge of F.B.I and police like come on! Its a (excuse my language) fucking book!!! This author really knows how to draw people in and make them sit there because the rest of the series honestly gets better and better

  25. 5 out of 5

    Patty

    Addictive I am so addicted to these heart stopping thrillers. Emma Griffin is freaking awesome. The mysteries surrounding Emma are twisted and hard to figure out. I can’t wait to find out more about “him”. That is one mystery that has been happening in the background for two books now. Aggghhh, biting my nails.... If you like dectitiveserires like Alex Cross or the Women’s Murder club then you will love these.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Barbara J. Gore

    Another good book Love mystery and thrillers. This author is a good storyteller. Sometimes the moving between the past and present is distracting to me. But the author does a good job of pulling the story bits together. I like this heroine, Emma. She struggles with a past that is slowly unraveling for her. She continues to move forward trying to make a life of her own. Good story, good characters, good book. Can't wait to start the next! Another good book Love mystery and thrillers. This author is a good storyteller. Sometimes the moving between the past and present is distracting to me. But the author does a good job of pulling the story bits together. I like this heroine, Emma. She struggles with a past that is slowly unraveling for her. She continues to move forward trying to make a life of her own. Good story, good characters, good book. Can't wait to start the next!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    Absolutely amazing too!!!! First let me say I loved this book. I've been reading the series in order and realizing A. J. Rivers is a writer to be reckoned with. All of this series has been awesome, the stories have been so interesting and flow so well you just can't put them down. Each book keeps you guessing and offers you a lot of intrigue. Really looking forward to reading next book. Absolutely amazing too!!!! First let me say I loved this book. I've been reading the series in order and realizing A. J. Rivers is a writer to be reckoned with. All of this series has been awesome, the stories have been so interesting and flow so well you just can't put them down. Each book keeps you guessing and offers you a lot of intrigue. Really looking forward to reading next book.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tina Bailey

    Great thriller! I really enjoy reading this series. Emma Griffin is a tough, smart, and one of the best FBI agents I have read in the fictional world. I like how different parts of her life are carried on throughout each book; her relationship with sheriff Sam, her missing ex-boyfriend, Greg (also was an FBI agent), her missing father, whom I believe is following her, and her own career. All of these come together to create an enthralling series!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    2.5 stars I'm sorry but I can't finish this book, there are way too many characters and I have to go back and figure out what's going on. I'm done with this series. The author needs to make more of an effort to make the books cohesive especially in series and this just not happening, I won't be reading any more of this author until they learn how give more background to the characters and the books flow 2.5 stars I'm sorry but I can't finish this book, there are way too many characters and I have to go back and figure out what's going on. I'm done with this series. The author needs to make more of an effort to make the books cohesive especially in series and this just not happening, I won't be reading any more of this author until they learn how give more background to the characters and the books flow

  30. 4 out of 5

    Charlette

    Enjoyed this book better than #2 I really enjoyed reading this book. However, the author keeps inserting stories of things that have no relevance but finally show up and why. But the stories are too long, confusing and involve too much detail. I like staying focused on the main story and would rather the creative writing be for the main story. I knew the Sister story would come through, but it was not as Interesting to me. I did enjoy the main story.

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