Detective Jo Fournier #3
Someone wants her dead, and she can’t remember why.
Zoe is a wife and a mother. Or so she’s been told. Ask her for more than that and she couldn’t tell you. The blow to her head wiped her memory clean.
Zoe knows the blood on her shirt isn’t just her own. After she was found stumbling out of the woods, the police ran tests. They say it belongs to her missing daughter.
Zoe is trying to piece together what her daughter’s face looks like, but all she can conjure up is a white-hot panic. A fear that her child is in desperate need of her help.
When a man claiming to be her husband turns up looking for her, she knows she can’t trust him. Until she gets her memories back, she can’t trust anyone. Not the stranger, not the police investigating, not even herself…
The author did it again. Three times in a row, she succeeded in writing a captivating story that kept me interested from page one!
When something traumatic happens to you, it’s already devastating, but it must even be worse when you have lost your memory and you don’t know who you have to be aware of or who you can trust. Are you running away from the aggressor or are you running straight into their arms? Who can you count on? It seems like you are on your own. Setting a trap feels like the best solution, but is it …?
The book has very short chapters which I love. It somehow makes me read faster. That and of course because it was such a amazing story.
Just Like Zoe did not know who she could trust, I did not know either who told the truth. I am very happy that I was not in Jo’s shoes and did not have to solve the mystery. 🙂
Jo is a great character and she and her team work well together. As usual she does not only have to catch the baddies but she also has some private issues she has to deal with.
To make a long story short : an awesome book and a fantastic series! Keep them coming, please. 🙂 5 stars.
Thank you, M.M. Chouinard and Bookouture
About the author
M.M. Chouinard’s first fiction story was published in her local paper when she was eight, and she fell in love with Agatha Christie novels not long after. While pursuing a Ph.D in psychology and helping to found the first U.S. research university of the new millennium, the stories kept rattling around inside her skull, demanding to come out. For sanity’s sake, she released them. She’s currently at work on her seventh novel.
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