What if your dream home became your worst nightmare?

Newlyweds Brett and Emily Larson have just moved into a new home deep in the countryside, and are overjoyed when Emily finds out she’s pregnant. 

Then they discover human bones in their garden.

As the police start to investigate, three things become clear:

The bones are recent.
They are not here by accident.
They are a message.

When the police put three photographs of known criminals on the Larsons’ kitchen table, the couple realize the danger may be closer to home than they think. 

As the situation escalates, can Brett and Emily keep one step ahead to protect themselves – and their unborn child?

Fast-paced, compelling and full of twists, this heart-pounding thriller will keep you turning the pages until the very end. Perfect for fans of Rachel Abbott, Robert Dugoni and Linwood Barclay.


T.J. Brearton is the author of eight published novels of crime fiction, including detective thrillers, police procedurals, psychological suspense, and one paranormal crime story. His eBooks have been best-sellers on the Amazon kindle fiction Top 100 list. He lives in the Adirondacks with his wife and three children where he writes full time

My Review

When i first picked this book up i wasn’t sure what to expect.  It shocked me at how good this book was especially as this isnthe first I am hearing about this author.

What drew me in to this book was that this could easily happen.  Brett and Emily are interesting characters who happen  to discover something shocking in their garden.  What was it well it was human bones.

What a shock that must have been on thpoor unsuspecting couple.  However this will change their lives in a potentially lethal way.  Living close by are known criminals and one of them may be the guilty party.

The suspense in this book is very palpable as is shown just by them trying to stay many steps ahead of those who would harm there soon to be family. 

This book really did make you feel the suspense and fear that Brett and Emily felt as there lives were turned upside down.

Wonderful book.

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