Review From User :
What a fantastic read, this book has a little bit of everything but a lot of surprises that will keep guessing until the end.
When Texas Ranger Mitchell Haydon receives a message from an old acquaintance, Jack Crow who has been known to live on the fringes of the law his interest is peaked. Unfortunately for Mr. Crow, he's a little late getting out to the Salvage yard where Crow lives. When Ranger Haydon arrives, let's just say he's chasing off the buzzards who are also interested in Mr. Crow. It looks like ole Jack took whatever secrets that this killer wanted to the grave by the looks of his poor old tortured body and tossed trailer house.
Ranger Haydon calls in the reinforcements to see if they could come up with anything useful regarding who did this to the old man who was pretty much a hermit.
Medical Examiner Fatih McIntyre and her investigator arrive and take Mr. Crow away and look for the next of kin to identify the body. Mr. Crow had a son, Dirk who lived on the other side of the property who seems to be missing and a daughter Macy who lives in Virginia. They did make contact with Macy, and she drops everything and catches the next flight to Austin.
Macy's first stop is her dad's salvage yard; she's sure that the two initial searches might have missed something. She's right, her dad left her trail, but it was in the right direction. She's back at her hotel room when she sees a clip Faith McIntyre accepting an award regarding a children's home. She's completely dumbfounded by the image Faith; it was like her body double. She sends Faith a note plus a selfie and photo of her FBI identification.
She's following her trial to a bar called "Second Chances" when things go wrong. Macy is almost killed after she leaves that bar, Ranger Haydon can't believe what his eyes when approaches the body of Macy laying broken in the street. He's been working with Faith for a long time and knew she was an only child.
As I stated earlier this book has so many twists and turns, I'm finding it hard to write this review without spewing spoilers all over the place.
Ms. Burton has done it again, another perfect romantic suspense novel that will rival anyone else's out there.
I would like to thank the publisher and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this galley in exchange for my honest review. The opinions I expressed above are my own.
Twin sisters separated by the past are reunited by unspeakable crimes in New York Times bestselling author Mary Burton’s throat-clutching novel of suspense…
Trauma victims are not new to medical examiner Faith McIntyre, but this one is different. The unconscious woman clinging to life after a hit and run is FBI agent Macy Crow.
Expand text… What the woman from Quantico was doing in a dark alley after midnight is just one mystery. The other is more unsettling: Macy is Faith’s mirror image – the twin sister she never knew she had.
Faith knew that she was adopted, but now she’s finding that her childhood concealed other secrets. Following the trail of clues Macy left behind, Faith and Texas Ranger Mitchell Hayden make a shocking discovery on an isolated country ranch – a burial ground for three women who disappeared thirty years before.
They weren’t the only victims in a killer’s twisted plot. And they won’t be the last.
As the missing pieces of Faith’s and Macy’s dark lives snap into place, Faith is becoming more terrified by what she sees – and by what she must do to save her sister and herself from the past.