Author: Didi Oviatt
Pages: 327 pages
Source: Author via R&R Book Tours
My Rating: 4 stars
When local girl Misty is found dead in an underground bunker, the town is thrown into a whirlwind of panic and speculation. Times are tough, but the spaced-out farmer community pull together as one, trying to uncover who’s guilty.
Thrown smack in the middle of the chaos is a group of teens: local troublemakers, but with good hearts. Although they’re innocent, the local law enforcers believe otherwise, and the true killer is lurking far too close for comfort.
Will the four be able to uncover the truth before one of them pays the price for Misty’s death?
I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review from the author via R&R Book Tours. This is the third book I have read by this author and she never disappoints.
I think the first thing I need to point out is that Didi doesn’t hold back on the gore. She goes into detail and is pretty descriptive. Also this is just for me personally but reading all the details about a character who has the same name as me and who was brutally murdered made this a completely different reading experience for me. I couldn’t help but to picture myself as the character and lets just say I don’t want to do that again.
This was a pretty quick read and it had me on the edge of my seat the whole time. I also went through a wide array of emotions while reading this. There were a couple times where I was thinking I knew who the killer was and I was like this is so obvious and annoying but luckily I was completely wrong.