assume you know someone. Harry Blue is the top Sex Crimes investigator in her department. She’s a seasoned pro who’s seen it all. But even she didn’t see this coming: her own brother arrested for the grisly murders of three beautiful young women.
accept a reassignment to the middle of nowhere “for your own good.” Harry’s been sent to a makeshift town in a desolate landscape-a world full of easy money, plenty of illegal ways to spend it, and a ragtag collection of transient characters who thrive on the fringes of society. A place where little grows, but evil flourishes.
trust anyone. Looking into a seemingly simple missing persons case, Harry’s been assigned to a new “partner.” But is he actually meant to be a watchdog? Still reeling from the accusations against her brother, Harry can’t even trust her own instincts, which she’s never doubted…until now.
go anywhere without leaving a trace. Far from the world she knows and desperate to clear her brother’s name, Harry has to mine the dark secrets of her strange new home for answers to a deepening mystery-before she vanishes in a place where no one would ever think to look for her.
Never Never is an edge-of-your-seat thrill ride with enough intrigue and suspense to keep you guessing until the final page. You’ll never be able to put it down.
I had a love – hate relationship with this book. It was fast paced and the action kept going from the first chapter so there wasn’t a whole lot of ‘lag’ time for you to get bored. It was interesting reading about something set in Australia and developing a familiarity with the words and phrases used there versus other countries. I always find it fascinating that English is never just ‘English’ as there are so many different versions depending upon where you are. Even America has multiple versions.
It ended on something of a cliffhanger so they kept the action going right up to the bitter end.
None of the characters were developed very well, it felt like I was dropped into the 3rd book of a series and should’ve known everything about the characters already. The scenery wasn’t well described so I never got a real sense for where I was at or what the characters were seeing.
Found out after I finished reading that technically this is Book 2 because Book 1 is one of those bookshots he started doing.
I felt like it could’ve been better, like it was a glorified outline more than a fully fleshed out novel but it kept me intrigued enough I finished it and didn’t feel my time was wasted.
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