By firstname.lastname@example.org (Alexandra Sokoloff)
I’m very excited to reveal the cover of Book 4 of the Huntress/FBI Thrillers!
Bitter Moon is out November 1, and is now available for pre-order for just $3.99.
But remember, these books should be read in order! So if you need to catch up, start with:
As you might guess by the cover, this book takes Roarke deep into the desert, following a sixteen year old cold case that may be the key to Cara’s bloody history. It’s probably the most mystical of the books, unfolding on a dual time line, with the present and past intersecting as Roarke and fourteen-year old Cara both race to stop a sadistic serial predator.
There are new characters I think you’ll love as much as I do, and you’ll find out much more about Cara’s past. And there are new settings! The California desert is possibly my favorite place on the planet, and for this one I’ll be taking you to the magical Coachella Valley and the wine country of Temecula.
Scroll down for more details about the book – but if you haven’t read the first three, you’ll want to do go back and do that first.
————- WARNING: SPOILERS FOR THE SERIES ———–
FBI agent Matthew Roarke has been on leave, and in seclusion, since the capture of mass killer Cara Lindstrom—the victim turned avenger who preys on predators. Torn between devotion to the law and a powerful attraction to Cara and her lethal brand of justice, Roarke has retreated from both to search his soul. But Cara’s escape from custody and a police detective’s cryptic challenge soon draw him out of exile—into the California desert and deep into Cara’s past—to probe an unsolved murder that could be the key to her long and deadly career.
Following young Cara’s trail, Roarke uncovers a horrifying attack on a schoolgirl, the shocking suicide of another, and a human monster stalking Cara’s old high school. Separated by sixteen years, crossing paths in the present and past, Roarke and fourteen-year-old Cara must race to find and stop the sadistic sexual predator before more young girls are brutalized.
Via: Alexandra Sokoloff