Refuge of Redemption By Christy Barritt
Book/Novel Author: Christy Barritt
Book/Novel Title: Refuge of Redemption
Home is a place of refuge—unless it’s a killer’s playground.For years, Bear Colson has been known as the serial killer’s son. But now, someone else is behind bars for the crimes his father was accused of committing. Bear wants to believe hope for a brighter future is in sight, but he has reason to suspect more than one killer was involved.Forensic photographer Piper Stephens’ career crashed and burned when she trusted the wrong man. Now, after discovering an alarming secret about the infamous Good Samaritan Killer, she sets out to find both answers and redemption. But things go awry when her assistant becomes the next victim.As fear batters Fog Lake residents once again, Bear and Piper join forces to track down the truth. But the killer is determined to remain in the shadows—and he’ll destroy anyone who stands in his way.
The whole series was amazing I loved each the books the suspense and the Gid references on point loved them all the characters were all amazing
The story was a good premise; however, the writing could have been greatly improved. Characters were okay. Descriptions were underdeveloped, and the book seemed to be just thrown together without thought for quality writing.
Fast paced murder mystery. Love story moves along nicely with the murder plot. Descriptions of the locale draws the reader in and made me want to see this area of the country myself. Sounds spooky but beautiful.
It’s bittersweet to come to the end of this series (Fog Lake: The Colsons), but I was looking forward to the book dedicated to Bear Colson as he is an interesting character — living out in the woods, not that interested in being around people, estranged from his family for part of his life, the son of a convicted serial killer. Paired with Piper, a disgraced forensic photographer, they set out to discover the truth about the Good Samaritan Killer. When her own assistant is seemingly the killer’s next victim, everything gets even more risky. I figured out some of the clues along the way but definitely was surprised at the ending. It kept me guessing right to the end!I received a complimentary copy of this book. The opinions are my own.
Yes, I couldn’t help myself. Even if I’m not fond of reading about psychotic serial killers Christy Barritt writes in such a compelling way that I had to push through book 7 of the Fog Lake series. But Barritt also has a way of adding emotional bonds in her books. Good for you, Christy.