A PREDATOR IS ON THE LOOSE . . . A full year had passed since the closure of the O’Henry file and life had returned to normal for Josh Ingram, or so he thought . . . Stranded on a Louisiana back road, Ingram gets word that Rachael Tanner of the FBI Special Crimes Unit is trying to reach him. There’s been trouble in northern Minnesota, not far from where Mary Kowalski, a close friend of Ingram, spent her formative years. Driven by a morbid obsession and a need for closure, someone or something has begun the Harvest, and those on its list will never be safe. Ingram is about to enter a world of deceit and rage where the lines between good and evil shift, while madness lurks in the shadows . . .
Plot: Brown successfully plots a well-crafted and engrossing thriller. From the opening sequence to the last jaw-dropping moment, readers are kept in suspense. Brown also successfully weaves a romantic storyline throughout the novel.
Prose: The narrative is believable and consistent. Atmospheric descriptions are smooth with palpable eeriness and will prove enjoyable for any thriller fan.
Originality: Traditional elements of a thriller are at play. However, Brown gives them new twists to create a fresh take on the genre.
Character Development: There are many fascinating characters in this book. Josh Ingram is given a full backstory, and readers are treated to colorful and meaningful descriptions of smaller characters.
Blurb: Thriller fans rejoice, Josh Ingram is back in this fast-paced mystery that will have readers guessing until the very end.
Date Submitted: April 22, 2018