Next Girl to Die (The Calderwood Cases, #1)

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  • 300 pages
  • Next Girl to Die (The Calderwood Cases, #1)
  • Dea Poirier
  • English
  • 03 March 2017

Next Girl to Die (The Calderwood Cases, #1) Solving the case will avenge her sister unless the killer finds her first It s been fifteen years since Claire Calderwood s sister, Rachel, was brutally murdered in their small hometown in Maine Claire has finally carved out a life for herself as a homicide detective in Detroit, but the past comes calling when the local police back home ask for her help with a murder eerily similar to Rachel s.Still haunted by Rachel s cold case, Claire returns home, hoping to solve the crime and finally put her grief to rest As she starts investigating, the last thing she needs is tenacious journalist Noah Washington asking questions she s not ready to answer But like her, Noah won t give up until he finds the truth and Claire reluctantly finds herself relying on him and when disturbing new details about Rachel s death come to light.When the killer strikes once again, Claire knows he s not done Now he s set his sights on Claire, who will have to find the courage she needs to survive a deadly confrontation years in the making. Free Read Next Girl to Die (The Calderwood Cases, #1) Author Dea Poirier For Kindle ePUB or eBook – theheartwork.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Next Girl to Die (The Calderwood Cases, #1)

  1. Michelle says:

    This is a really disappointing review to write I had high hopes for a new series that I could get into and unfortunately, I am not going to be writing a positive review Claire Calderwood is a detective in Detroit who ran away from her small town past Her older sister, Rachel was found dead when they were teens and the killer never found She is called back to her tiny island to help investigate a new murder the body found in the same place as Claire s sister We follow Claire as she tries t This is a really disappointing review to write I had high hopes for a new series that I could get into and unfortunately, I am not going to be writing a positive review Claire Calderwood is a detective in Detroit who ran away from her small town past Her older sister, Rachel was found dead when they were teens and the killer never found She is called back to her tiny island to help investigate a new murder the body found in the same place as Claire s sister We follow Claire as she tries to solve this case before another murder can rob a family of another child I was engaged for the first couple of chapters and then I could qui...

  2. Felicia Grossman says:

    I adored Next Girl to Die The book was totally heart pounding I had to finish it, to know what happened I was totally invested in the Claire and the case I thought the collision of past and present was really well down I never doubted the logic of the case or the story What was really special about the book was how well the setting, the small island and town was drawn I loved the mythology and family histories and culture that the author created All the little bits which explained each c I adored Next Girl to Die The book was totally heart pounding I had to finish it, to know what happened I was totally invested in the Claire and the case I thought the collision of past and present was really well down I never doubted the logic of the case or the story What was...

  3. Elesha says:

    I read this book a couple different times during it s creation Dea has put together a twisty mystery with a main character who never recovered from the disappearance of her sister Now back in the town where it all happened, Claire is overwhelmed by memories and...

  4. Sarah says:

    This was one of those books that I was so engrossed in, I had to keep the Kindle next to me throughout the day to snag every few minutes I could I was actually angry when pulled away from it And it was so unpredictable, I had no fewer than 4 competing theories at any given moment At 94% through, I thought I had it all figured out, and I was wrong I think the most compelling part of the book though, lies i...

  5. Lynda Kelly says:

    This was my Kindle First monthly choice and it was a tough choice this month for me However, I think I selected the wrong oneI read as far as page 47 in this but then gave up on it Yet it s really hard to describe what I don t like about it The writing seems oddly juvenile to me, like it was written by someone very young or for a younger audience than me..lines like Another death in this park makes my skin crawl, and a bad feeling makes my stomach roil Maybe it s just me as writin This was my Kindle First monthly choice and it was a tough choice this month for me However, I think I selected the wrong oneI read as far as page 47 in this but then gave up on it Yet it s really hard to describe what I don...

  6. Dan says:

    A gripping psychological thriller, Dea Poirier s debut introduces us to Detective Claire Claderwood, the prodigal daughter of Vinalhaven, returning to town when the local police need her help investigating the murder of a young woman Claire has her own sense of guilt and dark memories to combat, even as the death toll climbs Poirier s prose is terse and suspenseful, capturing the paradoxical claustrophobia of small town island life With no shortage of suspects, I was kept guessing about the k A gripping psychological thriller, Dea Poirier s debut introduces u...

  7. Sarah Van Goethem says:

    This book kept me on the edge of my seat the whole way Packed with a creepy island atmosphere, small town history, a strong but scarred main character, and a romance, this murder mystery kept me guessing every step of the way Everyone was a suspect I loved the way the past and the presen...

  8. Kimberly says:

    This was a very interesting first book of a new series I love detective stories when the main character has their own personal reasons for wanting to solve the case The past moves to the present and it shows that secrets don t remain buried for long.

  9. Julia Phillips says:

    Fast paced thriller main character who s a strong woman setting on a creepy island community What s not to love

  10. Cindy ~ says:

    The bones for this book were good Strong, likable heroine, a good mystery with suspense and a sick and twisted killer But it was lacking in flesh For me it bordered on being choppy It lacked fleshed out details between one scene to another One minute she is a homicide detective in Detroit and the next she is on a ferry returning home after 15 years to help local police No mention of did she quit her job or take a leave a absence we the re...