ThankFirstly, I would like to thank HarperCollins for sending me a digital arc of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Blurb:

When Jake learns of his troubled daughter’s death, he is determined to find out what really happened on that fateful night. But Jake hasn’t seen Jordan for over three years and, with secrets of her own, there was a lot he didn’t know about his only daughter.
Jake’s ex-wife Jules is reluctant to let him waltz back into her life. But when Jake makes a shocking discovery, he is convinced that there is more to her murder than they are being told.
Grief stricken and full of regret, he is desperate to protect his daughter’s memory – to understand her final hours…
With a question mark hanging over the case, will Jake be able to piece together the fragments of evidence, uncover the truth behind Jordan’s death – and make amends for the time he has lost?

Review:

I have said it before and I will say it again…I LOVE a good thriller!!! And I loved this one.

One thing I really appreciated about this read was the complex storyline, although the case appeared straight-forward, it’s complex layers make for a compelling and page turning read.

The question on everyone’s tongue was, “WHO KILLED JORDAN?” Well well well, buckle in for a fast pace ride because this is one hell of journey of discovery.

The protagonist, a grieving father drives the story through a guilt-driven and tragic point of view – and is definitely one that grabs the readers attention and get them onboard.

Although, I think some of the characters could have used more development – the over arching narrative and characters make for a quick and intense read.

I would definitely pick up another one of Kane’s books.

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