From The New York Times bestselling author of Blue Heaven and Back of Beyond, C.J. Box, comes a gripping new thriller.When teenagers Danielle and Gracie Sullivan take a clandestine car trip to visit their friend in Montana, little do they know it's the last time anyone will ever hear from them... show more
From The New York Times bestselling author of Blue Heaven and Back of Beyond, C.J. Box, comes a gripping new thriller.When teenagers Danielle and Gracie Sullivan take a clandestine car trip to visit their friend in Montana, little do they know it's the last time anyone will ever hear from them again. The girls and their car simply vanish. Cody Hoyt, who's just lost his job and has fallen off the wagon after a long stretch of sobriety, is in no condition to investigate. But his son Justin, who the girls were going to visit, and his former partner, Cassie Dewell, convince him to drive south to their last known location. As Cody makes his way to the remote stretch of Montana highway where the girls went missing, Cassie discovers that there have been scores of similar disappearances in the state. There's a serial killer out there roaming the highways, and Cody and Cassie must find him before he takes more lives.
Publish date: July 30th 2013
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Cody Hoyt (#2)
I have read all of Box's novels and they are all excellent! If you enjoy a wilderness setting and a good mystery, you should definitely check him out.
I read this quickly, really wanted to see how it worked out. But I was not completely satisfied. Usual excellent sense of place, and description of the business of being a long-haul trucker, but as other's have commented, I was left unconvinced as to whether the victims learned anything. I am afr...
Read my full review: http://bit.ly/15aeP3VMy opinion: Wow, wow, wow...as someone who enjoys Box's Joe Pickett series, I was not ready for Cody Hoyt. While I consider the Pickett series to be tame; this series is anything but. I really enjoyed the twistedness of this series. The writing was classic B...