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Book Review – The Crying Season by D. K. Hood

My review

One of the most fabulous thrillers written by D. K. Hood. Her last book was too dark for me, so I was a bit apprehensive with this one. But D. K. Hood proved me wrong on all fronts.

She used a fabulous concept of a pay per view channel and gave it heights that had my adrenaline soaring to a fervored pitch. The team of Jenna – Kane – Wolfe are back at the Black Rock Falls. And I loved every line of this book.

I read this in 3 hours flat and believe me, every part worked fluently to make me anxious to get to the bottom of it. I needed to know who the killer was, stat. And yeah, I didn’t expect the person exposed at the end. The book kept me gripped till the end.

The team worked in great camaraderie, I liked their mutual respect and their movements were fluid. Each one knew the others’ strengths. I keep expecting a romantic angle between Kane and Jenna… Well it just remains a hint of a whisper… Maybe the next book would explore it more!!

I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher Bookouture, and this is my honest and unbiased opinion.

My rating : 5 stars

Book blurb

It’s hiking season in Black Rock Falls and the small town in Montana is flooded with visitors. But when a hiker finds a human skull on a deserted trail in the woods that surround the town, Detective Jenna Alton is called in to investigate.

With no missing persons reported, Jenna has no leads. Then her team makes a shocking discovery – the body of another hiker, a young man, tied to a tree and riddled with bullets. Could the two murders be linked?

As more bodies are found, Jenna and her deputy David Kane know that they must venture deep into the forest to find and face the killer. But nothing can prepare them for what awaits them there…

Product Details

Publication date : 18th October, 2018

Publisher : Bookouture

50 thoughts on “Book Review – The Crying Season by D. K. Hood Leave a comment

  1. This was a fun review to wake up to. Sounds very good. I love it when I can’t figure out who the bad guy is. That tells me the author did a good job. Great review, Shalini. I will be adding this to my TBR list. Enjoy the rest of your weekend! 🙂

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  2. Fabulous enthusiastic review! Well shoot I wasn’t going to read this one and now you are tempting me! Must be karma, LOL!💕

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    • Hey Nina, how you doing, girl. I miss you. Yes, I have had some fab reads… And all posts for this month scheduled BAM except for Jay’s book. With Jay, there are so many emotions attached that I am locked. Actually it’s the same for you.. I am so afraid that I am going to cry if I write something for you… Nina babe, the feelings are all there… Here I go being brain blocked sheesh!! Hope you understand. With all my love in every cell of my body, I was going to write with every nucleus if every cell of my body… Ah well.. ♥️♥️😘😘

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  3. Yap! My initial assessment about you was correct, you’re superhuman 🙂 3 hours is pretty fast though it definitely goes to show just how wonderful, addictive this book is. I think I am missing out by not reading this series. Definitely need to correct that. Fab review, Shalini 🙂

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    • Hey Diana, those are few mad days when I can read the book with deep concentration. Most days I can’t with work and various distractions… 🙈🙈 Have read one since the past 3 days sheesh!!


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