The Buried Girl + Giveaway
The Buried Girl
by Richard Montanari
on Tour March 1-31, 2019
A haunting, nerve-jangling psychological thriller from Sunday Times bestselling author Richard Montanari, set in a small town hiding a very dark secret
New York psychologist Will Hardy had it all—a loving family, a flourishing career, a bestselling book. Until the night it all ended in a tempest of fire and ash, leaving only Will and his fifteen-year-old daughter Bernadette to stand in the ruins.
Haunted and grief-stricken, Will accepts an enigmatic invitation from his family’s past to begin their lives anew in the small town of Abbeville, Ohio.
Meanwhile, Abbeville Chief of Police Ivy Holgrave is investigating the death of a local girl, convinced this may only be the latest in a long line of murders dating back decades—including her own long-missing sister.
But what place does Will's new home have in the story of the missing girls? And what links the killings to the diary of a young woman written over a century earlier? The disappearances in Abbeville have happened before, and now Will’s own daughter might be next…
Book Details:Genre: Mystery
Published by: Witness Impulse
Publication Date: February 26th 2019
Number of Pages: 400
ISBN: 0062467468 (ISBN13: 9780062467461)
Purchase Links: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Goodreads
This is my first book by Mr. Montanari. It was a nice, good showing. There were elements that I enjoyed a lot. Enough good things that I would read another book by Mr. Montanari.
Detective Ivy is one of the good elements. She had a good head on her shoulders that showed her intelligence. She was not one of those take a backseat cop. She did lead the investigation. Here is where I did lose some of the interest in the story and that was with the main character and murder investigation as a whole. Will was fine but neither he or his daughter really did anything for me. I was not invested in them one hundred percent. Therefore, because of this, the story lost some excitement for me. At times I even found myself going through the motions of reading but not really comprehending what I was reading.
Yet, I still finished this book pretty fast. As I stated previously, I would read another book from this author.