Zoe Donovan is back in another thrilling mystery set in the beautiful state of Alaska. This time, she finds herself investigating a series of murders that seem to be linked to her own family’s past. As she gets closer and closer to the truth, Zoe realizes that it may be too dangerous for her to continue on her own. With the help of some new friends—and maybe even a love interest or two—she must put an end to the killings before it’s too late.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for readers who enjoy a good mystery with plenty of suspense. Fans of the Zoe Donovan series will especially enjoy this latest installment, as it offers plenty of excitement and intrigue.
- The author is very talented at creating suspenseful storylines.
- The setting in Alaska is described vividly and adds to the mystery aspect of the book.
- Zoe Donovan is a likeable and relatable protagonist who readers will enjoy following on her adventure.
- The book may be exciting, but it is also very violent.
- It may be set in a beautiful location, but the story is dark and disturbing.
- The writing style is fast paced and thrilling, but some readers may find it hard to follow.
Learn more about the author
Kathi Daley is the author of more than thirty books, including the Zoe Donovan mysteries. A lifelong resident of Alaska, she enjoys skiing, fishing, and spending time with her family in the great outdoors.
“Another excellent mystery from Kathi Daley set in the stunning state of Alaska. I was hooked from start to finish!”
“A fast-paced, exciting mystery! I loved the characters and was on the edge of my seat until the very end. Highly recommended!”
“Another fantastic mystery by Kathi Daley. I was hooked from the first page and couldn’t put it down. The setting in Alaska is beautiful and perfect for a murder mystery, and Zoe Donovan is my new favorite detective.”
“Another great mystery from Kathi Daley! This time, Zoe Donovan travels to Alaska to investigate a series of murders that seem to be linked to her own family’s past. I loved the setting and characters, and I was on the edge of my seat all the way through.”