But his cold world, his frozen existence, is about to melt into a fiery hell.
For Zach is about to discover that his father was a serial killer.
Can the craving for killing be passed down from parent to child? Does murder flow in his veins? What kind of legacy has been lurking in the shadows of his past, waiting to step out of the darkness and reveal his true nature? And who is the handsome, mysterious stranger Zach now finds himself falling for?
In the abandoned home of his childhood, the haunted visions of his past will once again become terrifyingly real.
And Zach will be forced to meet his fate—whoever he may be.
Damn! I am not usually one to read mysteries and gruesome books, but Geoffrey Knight's Harm's Way is fantastic.
Geoffrey Knight takes us on a twisted and suspenseful rollercoaster ride as we follow Zach through the crazy things that are happening around him.
As usual, I love and appreciate the author' writing. Not only does he create an intriguing story, he is a master of painting a scene. From the very beginning, I was drawn in just based on his descriptions.
What follows is a suspenseful and haunting tale, as Zach has no clue what is happening. People are dying and he's waking up with no memories. The questions surrounding Zach and his sanity are wonderfully done. Not only does the reader not know what is going on, Zach also has no clue.
The story includes so many twists and turns, ultimately tying everything together, but what fun during those twists and turns.
I really can't praise the writing enough. Everything is so expertly written, adding a superb sense of drama and intrigue. The tone is creepy throughout, leaving me horrified and yet also fascinated.
Harm's Way is definitely a recommended read for anyone who enjoys a good who-done-it mystery. I am so happy I took a chance on this book, which I did based solely on the fact that I enjoy Geoffrey Knight's writing. And he certainly didn't disappoint. Just know though, that it is not a romance in anyway.