Alone in a hunting cabin, off-grid in an untamed wilderness. How does a marriage come to this?
After John disappeared while hunting-presumed dead from a bear attack-Cameron found the crime photos. His role in the recent Seattle serial murders was discovered. The media destroyed her reputation. She lost her dental practice, is on the brink of losing her home.
Everyone has a secret. But if her husband could hide the unimaginable from her, who’s to say he’s truly dead?
***Thanks to NetGalley and BooksGoSocial for an eARC of this book. The following review is my honest reflection on the text provided.
waste of time:
The Final Hunt is a cookie-cutter mystery-thriller with minimal deviations from what’s to be expected. But then, when I thought I wasn’t enjoying myself, Cole threw in a totally random and extreme instalove to ensure I was as miserable as possible.
Not a single character is believable. Cameron is a weird mix of cold, meticulous killer and completely oblivious to her surroundings. John is definitely not a serial killer. Maybe I would believe a serial rapist but not someone who would get away with serious crime for a week, let alone years. The entire scenario was predictable from the first chapter. Not even chapter – the prologue gives the game away.
The Final Hunt made me want to go to Alaska. That’s about it.