If You See Her by Shiloh Walker is the sequel to If You Hear Her. Great read but it's a good thing the final in the trilogy (If You Know Her) is already out. Now I just have to get my hands on a copy! I enjoyed revisiting the beleaguered citizens of the town of Ash, Kentucky as they continue to search for the deranged killer that has terrorized some of them. There are nice clues sprinkled throughout the story but there are a few occurrences that I was less than pleased with involving Law as well as Sheriff Nielson. The action picks up immediately after the events depicted in If You Hear Her as Remy Jennings (the lawyer) wrestles with the conundrum of whether to act on the apparent crime against Law. The conflict between his head and his heart is an overall theme and his careful assault on the emotionally fragile Hope is a delicate dance that is beautifully described. An enjoyable story that does a great job of hooking the reader into the series and whets one's appetite for the next book.
My Amazon review is at this link under Elf2060. I would appreciate a 'yes, this was helpful' vote if you feel it is appropriate.
Now, I know that most of you will not realize that I put a very truncated post about this up earlier today but the problem was that I visited Ms Walker's blog earlier and posted a comment. It wasn't until I posted it that I realized that it would append the title of the last post from my blog...which, if you look at the post below, is an advertisement for Gemma Halliday's newest book (which starts with a bang, literally! More when I finish reading it...) and I didn't realize it until it posted in the comment section. Well, I thought that was pretty crass...advertising someone else's book on an author's blog...so I tried to delete it...oops...couldn't find a way to do that. So then I started panicking that she would think I was some awful person...so my next comment was to tell her to delete my comments but I didn't want to compound my sins by having the same link so I came to this blog and posted something about If You See Her which I had read but hadn't written the review for yet....anyway, if you have read this far...Ms Walker replied to my frantic e-mail...she wasn't bothered at all (-: You just never know how somebody will react. Fortunately she is a very gracious person as well a fantastic author!
My thanks to Netgalley for loaning me an e-copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.