Friday, August 11, 2023

Cold Light of Day by Elizabeth Goddard

Cold Light of Day is the first book in the thrilling Missing in Alaska series by Elizabeth Goddard. The cover of this book pulls you in and keeps you wondering within the pages until the very end. Autumn Long is the police chief in a small Alaska town. Autumn wants to keep the peace, but that becomes nearly impossible when disturbing events start happening around every corner. She will have to fight for justice and even fight for her own life, as she works to restore normalcy to small town Shadow Gap. One thing Autumn didn't plan for on the path to justice, is town newcomer, Grier Brenner. Just who is Grier, and why does he seem to want to help her figure out what's going on during this neighborhood crime spree? Autumn has to figure out just who she can trust before more lives are lost at the hands of a dangerous criminal. This was a very exciting read and kept me guessing throughout the whole book. I really like how the author would often end the chapters in a cliffhanger, which made it impossible for me to put the book down until I found out what happened next. Well played, Elizabeth! I did feel like the book got a bit rushed at the end. I started getting confused on the minor character's names because there were so many of them. Overall, I still enjoyed this book and look forward to reading the others in the series. Thank you to Revell and Elizabeth Goddard for the chance to read and review this book. These opinions are all my own.

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