Cries in the Night

Cries in the Night

by Amanda Feyerbend

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Overview

Detective Cassie Nash's life is in pieces. She has lost so much: family, friends, and the respect of her colleagues. It's been two months since the events of The Last Cut, but people in Pruitt County are still whispering behind her back. Word travels fast in small communities, and Cassie is proof.

When Cassie and Stephen are called to a crime scene at the local campground, they discover an entire family gruesomely slaughtered in the middle of the night. They delve into the personal lives of the victims in an attempt to track down who might have wanted to see them dead.

How do you find the killer when you can't find a motive?

The answer may lie in a private investigator from Savannah, GA, who saw a crime just like this twelve years ago. Assuming the cases are connected, the detectives struggle to answer the flood of questions hitting them. Why were the two families attacked? What do they have in common? Who would massacre two families while they slept? And possibly the most important question of all: Is their perpetrator going to keep killing?

Author's Notes:

These books are intended for adult audiences. They contain mature language, depictions of violence, and sexual scenarios.

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Each book in The Pruitt County Mystery Series is a standalone novel. Although these books can be read individually, they are best enjoyed chronologically.

Pruitt County Mysteries:
1. Endless Evil
2. White River
3. The Last Cut
4. Cries in the Night
5. Girls of Summer

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163198702
Publisher: Amanda Feyerbend
Publication date: 08/08/2016
Series: Pruitt County Mysteries , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 104,826
File size: 486 KB

About the Author

Amanda Feyerbend [Fire-bend] is a Georgia native who grew up and still lives just outside of Atlanta with her husband and two cats. Wanting to share her ideas with the world, she transformed her screenplay, Endless Evil, into a novel and published it February 2014. Since then, Amanda has written several novels and is currently at work on her next book.

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