Deadly Secrets (Detective Erika Foster #6) by Robert Bryndza

Deadly Secrets

On a cold icy morning, a mother wakes to find her daughter’s blood-soaked body frozen to the road. Who would carry out such a horrific killing on the victim’s doorstep?

Straight off her last harrowing case, Detective Erika Foster is feeling fragile but determined to lead the investigation. As she sets to work, she finds reports of assaults in the same quiet South London suburb where the woman was killed. One chilling detail links them to the murder victim – they were all attacked by a figure in black wearing a gas mask.

Erika is on the hunt for a killer with a terrifying calling card. The case gets more complicated when she uncovers a tangled web of secrets surrounding the death of the beautiful young woman.

Yet just as Erika begins to piece the clues together, she is forced to confront painful memories of her past. Erika must dig deep, stay focused and find the killer. Only this time, one of her own is in terrible danger …

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If you love mysteries and thrillers and you haven’t read the Detective Erika Foster series, you need to start reading it right away! Each novel is unique and doesn’t slow down like some series tend to.

In the 6th novel in the series, Erika gets interrupted on Christmas Day with a young woman who was killed on her front doorstep. This may seem like a straight forward case, but this young woman had a ton of secrets and made some enemies along the way. I really enjoyed this novel and was totally surprised at the end of the novel when the killer was revealed.

4 calculators out of a potential 5. Another great novel in the series! I’m sad that I have caught up with the series, so will need to be on the lookout for when the next novel gets released!

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