“A dark and twisted crime thriller!“
The Columbus Archives #3
This should all have ended years ago.
Jordan Greer gave it all for the Bureau and they fired him for it. Now Greer spends his time avoiding phone calls from old colleagues while searching for solace at the bottom of his favorite bottles.
Then, a stranger comes knocking on Greer’s door, claiming he’s an old friend who was wrongfully accused of murder years ago.
He assaults Greer and pulls him down a dark and violent rabbit hole, forcing him to relive the events of the age-old murder case, insisting Greer is the only one who can help.
Now Greer must overcome his kidnapper’s antics and regain his memories before more innocent people die.
Can Greer figure out the truth of what really happened back then? And will his former colleagues catch up with them before it’s too late?
Praise for A Form Of Revenge:
“Once I started reading this book I couldn’t put it down and almost read it in one sitting. The third book in the series […] and in my opinion the best. […] They just get better and better.”
“A solid yet emotional conclusion to the CRU department. Leave it to Trey Stone to deliver a complex plot oscillating between past and present events with a vantage point-esque overview of the same scene from multiple perspectives. […] The ending is well executed and profoundly resonates with the reader.”
“A great psychological thriller, and the book maintains its dark and eerie but not quite terrifying feel right to the very end. […] The pacing is what I have come to love from Trey Stone’s writing; he maintains perfect pace and then ramps up the final act of the novel with an intensity that makes it difficult to put down.”
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