Robin’s Review of Ten Years Gone

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Ten Years Gone

by HP Newquist

Rating: 5 out of 5.
Ten Years Gone
by HP Newquist

Every November for nearly a decade, a body has been found hanging from a tree outside the town of Kerrville. As the tenth year approaches, the killer leaves clues that indicate there will only be one more murder. A reality show and its celebrity host decide that this last murder could be the ratings they've always wanted--and they are determined to find the murderer before the police do. But the police--and the killer--think that is a very, very bad idea.

Robin's Review: This was a creepy tale centered on murder that happens every year for the past 10 years and boy did it have some twisty turns. The characters were well thought out, although some were unlikeable at times. I really enjoyed this well written story, it was easy to read and has an interesting and entertaining plot. I will look for more of H P Newquist to add to my “want to read” list. I highly recommend this book.

It was my pleasure to receive a free copy of this book but that does not in any way affect my opinions in this review of this entertaining story.
#murder #suspense #horror #thriller

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