Where The Dead Go by Sarah Bailey – Our Review
Gemma Woodstock is the fiercely independent, strong and focused police detective we grew to love in Sarah Bailey’s ‘Dark Lake’ and ‘Into The Night’.
Gemma is again the brilliant lead in this new novel ‘Where The Dead Go’! The third book in this crime thriller trilogy is fast-paced, witty, thrilling and just all together magnificent.
Personal tragedy has hit Gemma and her beloved son Ben deeply, and as they navigate grief and heartbreak together Gemma is overcome with the urge to run away from it all.
The perfect opportunity to bury herself in work comes to Gemma- The case: A fifteen-year-old girl goes missing in the middle of the night, and by morning her boyfriend is found brutally murdered in his own home.
Desperate to find the missing girl before it’s to late and racing to uncover who murdered the young man, Gemma must lead the team to uncover the truth.
Navigating her own personal life and the case provides a wonderful enmeshed enthralling story that I couldn’t put down!
Review by Lydia @ Great Escape Books