By the time this is all over, she'll know what it's like to kill, or what it's like to die – the stunning conclusion to the Hunters Ridge series.
By the time this is all over, she'll know what it's like to kill, or what it's like to die.
Mia Morgan doesn't let anything get to her. After freeing herself from an obsessive boss and saving loved ones from a serial killer, she feels like she can handle anything life throws at her. But now that killer – a deranged hunter who preys on women for sport – is coming for her. And if she runs, others will pay the price. As if that's not enough, Ben Bowden, the brilliant detective who has made her life hell for the past four years, has some insane plan to protect her. If she collaborates with him, Mia might just have to acknowledge her true feelings. But if she keeps him out, will she let the hunter win?
Ben Bowden is sick of finding dead bodies. If being the lead detective on the biggest case in the country didn't come with enough pressure, now the psychopath Ben is chasing has Mia Morgan in his sights. And Mia doesn't want his help. She hasn't forgiven him for the past, and is being less than cooperative with his investigation. Protecting her is a challenge, and the sparks that fly whenever they're together aren't helping. But he has to make her trust him – somehow – because she has a plan that terrifies him to the bone.
Can he convince her to work with him? Or will she risk everything to single–handedly turn the hunter into the hunted?
About the Author
Sarah Barrie is a bestselling Australian author writing suspense in rural settings, with a generous splash of romance. Her debut bestselling print novel, Secrets of Whitewater Creek, earned her a spot as one of the Top 10 breakthrough authors of 2014, and her next three books, the Hunters Ridge series, also reached bestseller status. She has finaled in several major awards: twice in the RUBY, the Romance Writers of Australia's premier award, and three times in the Australian Romance Readers Award for favourite Romantic Suspense.
Sarah has also worked as a teacher, a vet nurse, a horse trainer and a magazine editor. When she's not writing, you'll find her ferrying children to soccer or gymnastics, or trudging through paddocks chasing cattle, sheep, chickens or the Houdini pig that never stays put very long. Occasionally, she'll attempt to ride her favourite horse, who's quite a bit smarter than she is and not always cooperative.
Her favourite place in the world is the family property, where she writes her stories overlooking mountains crisscrossed with farmland, bordered by the beauty of the Australian bush, and where, at the end of the day, she can spend time with family, friends, a good Irish whiskey and a copy of her next favourite book.