When the past catches up, do you run and hide or stand and fight?
When a woman is brutally attacked on a lonely country road by an escaped inmate from a nearby psychiatric hospital, Sergeant Davie Gray must track him down before he strikes again. But Gray is already facing a series of deaths connected to legal highs and a local fairground, as well as dealing with his girlfriend Marie’s bizarre behaviour. As Gray investigates the crimes, he suspects a horrifying link between Marie and the man on the run – but how can he confront her when she’s pushing him away? As a terrified Marie is pulled back into a violent past she thought she’d escaped, she makes an irrevocable decision. And when events come to a head at a house party on Willow Walk, can Gray piece together the puzzle in time to stop the sleepy town of Banktoun being rocked by tragedy once more?
I must start by thanking TBC and the author for letting letting me review this fab story. I awarded five stars as I really enjoyed it, was hooked from start to finish and felt like I was in the story myself. I would highly recommend this story to you all! It is well written, contains short chapters and will hold your attention until the end. This is another story which focuses on a set a twins, which I personally enjoy reading stories about twins it is a subject that I have always been interested in and this story did not disappoint me! There have been many great reviews published for this story so if you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself. Willow Walk would make the perfect story for readers who enjoy a brilliant thriller, mystery, suspense, crime and drama filled story. I also think it would appeal to young adult readers as this stories does have parties, drugs, alcohol, boyfriends/girlfriends and a fair. We have all been young once haven’t we?
Think I have found a new author to indulge in. This is the first book I have read by SJI Holliday. Enjoy, I loved it.