A taut and terrifying psychological thriller from a the author of Rattle
The Collector by Fiona Cummins is the gripping sequel to Rattle.
Jakey escaped with his life and moved to a new town. His rescue was a miracle but his parents know that the Collector is still out there, watching, waiting…
Clara, the girl he left behind, is clinging to the hope that someone will come and save her.
Life has fallen apart for Clara’s mother as she starts to lose hope.
The Bone Collector has a new apprentice to take over his family’s legacy. But he can’t forget the boy who got away and the detective who had destroyed his dreams.
Detective Etta Fitzroy’s life collapsed when the Collector escaped. With Clara still missing, and a new wave of uncannily similar murders beginning, will she be able to find him again?
The Collector is back and this time he has nothing to lose.
Detective Fitzroy is determined to capture The Bone Collector. She missed him previously and she will not let it happen a second time. Now, if she can only find him in time to save Clara. Clara has been kidnapped by The Bone Collector and time is running out. Detective Fitzroy knows she must step up her game to win this war!
The Bone Collector is enlisting some help. He has found him a young apprentice. He is planning on using this new apprentice to lure Jakey back into his web. Then there is Clara. She has been alive too long. She has to be dealt with soon.
I have not read the first book in this series. I would recommend reading it first. I would have understood Jakey’s plight a little sooner. It took me several pages to figure out…he was the one that got away.
This tale started out fairly slow. I almost bailed. But then it picked up and turned into pretty fantastic read. Once the anticipation kicks in, this novel becomes riveting. Not sure I want to ever encounter the pure evil of the Bone Collector —-SHIVER!
I received this novel from Macmillan Publishing via Netgalley for a honest review
Wonderful review, Reeca! That sounds like a great read once it picked up!
Great review…FAB photo.
Sounds pretty intense…thanks for sharing. Glad it picked up.
Thanks! It was intense! Nothing like a good serial killer to pick up the Pace!
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