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Thursday, March 19, 2020

You Will Suffer

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Title:You Will Suffer
Series: The Agency #3
Author: Alexander Ivy
Rating: 5
Every small town has a secret...and this one is worth killing for. The rolling fields outside Curry, Oklahoma, are a beautiful spot to ramble on an early spring day...and a lonely place to die. Among the prairie grass and wildflowers, a killer kneels beside a curled-up figure, plunging a syringe beneath skin to deliver the fatal dose. And as the victim's last breath mingles with the air, it sends a warning out to the world: this is just the beginning. Rejecting her judge father's prestigious connections, Ellie Guthrie opened her own law firm in Curry. But something strange is going on. Ellie's tires are slashed. Dead rats are dumped on her patio. Her neighbour, former FBI agent Nate Marcel, insists on watching out for her. And then bodies begin turning up - supposed overdoses that Nate suspects are something much more sinister. There's a killer in town, toying with her, drawing both Ellie and Nate into a web of murder and vengeance. To find answers, she'll have to unearth this small 
community's dark and twisted past...before it's her turn to die.

My thoughts
Would I recommend it? yes
Would I read more of this series ? yes
Would I read more by this author? yes
This is the first time I've ever read anything by this author and after reading this I will be checking out more of her stuff, it was everything I was hoping it would be , full of suspense , and twist  and turns that kept me wanting to know more abut what was going on and secrets that was dark and even twist in someways as well. As for the story itself  the writing is good, and the pace matched the tone of the book and even though I never read any of the other books in this series I had no trouble understand what was going on and the characters came to life with each turn of the page . With that said I want to think NetGalley for letting me read and review it.

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