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Nine, Ten, Never Sleep Again by Willow Rose (61)

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  • ASIN : B00FYVZFIC




It is business as usual when Henrik Fenger picks up a girl in the bar and cheats on his wife with her in his hotel room. However, when he opens his eyes the very next morning, nothing is as usual anymore.

Henrik Fenger is the victim of a horrendous crime whose like has never been seen.

Rebekka Franck is on her way to spend a lovely relaxing week of vacation with her ex-husband Peter and her daughter Julie. They are supposed to work on their relationship and find each other as a family again, but soon Rebekka is pulled away for work when she is called in to cover the case for the newspaper along with her photographer and former boyfriend, Sune Johansen.


Willow Rose has written another mystery-series that also takes place in the small kingdom of Denmark. Currently she has released 10 books in her Emma Frost-series.
She has also just released the first book in a new series taking place in Cocoa beach, Florida. The first book is called Hit the Road Jack (Jack Ryder #1). Also don't miss out on her 7th street crew-series. It is getting lots of raving reviews.




My review for One, Two, He Is Coming For You
My review for Three, Four, Better Lock Your Door
My review for Five, Six, Grab Your Crucifix
My review for Seven, Eight, Gonna Stay Up Late


REVIEW:

Man, this author never fails to keep me turning page after page!!
This was such an intense read, and with so many side twists to it too. I couldn't get enough of it, to be honest. I literally devoured this story. 
I think this is my favorite in the series so far. It was different, but in a good way. It still had all of the elements that I look for in a thriller/horror read. Had a wicked protagonist. Scared the pants off me. Had all of the gore you would expect from a mass murder story. It's the clever twists that Willow Rose puts in that make her a master at what she does!! 
Okay, so there was one part, where this guy kills a chick for his reasons. Then he kills again and honestly, I had a groundhog moment. The chick wasn't killed in the same way but I got lost in who was being killed. It felt like the same chick for a minute.
But I digress....
Can't wait to read Eleven, Twelve, Dig and Delve. I just know it's gonna be epic.


4/5



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  1. I always like to hear about great thriller/mystery series! I'll have to check out the first in the series.

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