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Bodies are being found in the outskirts of Boston, their corpses burned beyond recognition, as the police realize a new serial killer is roaming the streets. As the media converges and the pressure is upped, the Boston Police Department must turn to its most brilliant - and controversial - homicide detective: Avery Black.
Avery, still trying to pick up the pieces of her own life - her budding relationship with Ramirez, her reconciliation with Rose - suddenly finds herself thrown into the most challenging case of her career. With scant evidence to follow, she must enter the mind of a psychotic killer, try to understand his obsession with fire, and what clues that offers into his personality. Her trail leads her deep into Boston's worst neighborhoods, to confrontations with its worst psychopaths - and finally, to a twist she could never possibly imagine.
In a game of psychological cat and mouse, a frantic race against time, Avery is led too deep into the maze of a killer's mind, and to places darker than she'd ever wish to see.
A psychological thriller with heart-pounding suspense, Cause to Hide is book three of a riveting new series - with a beloved new character - that will leave you turning pages late into the night.
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By Debbie on 02-26-18
Sick People KILL People
Bodies burned beyond recognition, into ashes . . . one after another . . . with Boston detective Avery Black and her team steps behind trying to locate the killer . . . frustrated by her brash behavior, her boss takes her off the case . . . but that doesn't stop her . . . I, too, get discouraged by Avery's behavior, both on the police force, and more so, with her relationships . . . with her daughter, Rose and with her partner (and love interest) Ramirez. Unable to make any sort of commitment in the slightest, except to finding a killer, Avery always retreats back into "cop mode". The British accent on all of this series is absolutely weird, since they take place in Boston . . . all this said, the murder mysteries are good . . . and Avery and her team always solve their cases . . .