See Her Die

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There was a time when Bree was facing certain personal evils because she faced the death of her parents at an early age and then the issue of her sister appeared on the scene. Everything is behind her now because she is the sheriff of the town which means that it is up to her to keep an eye on all sorts of happenings in the town.

Melinda Leigh, the author of this series has made Bree climb up the ladder slowly, and finally, she is at the place which she deserved. She has made a lot of friends and some enemies as well over the years. Thus getting a good night’s sleep is not an option for her.

A shooting takes place at the campground and Bree is called to the scene. When she reaches the spot, she meets Alyssa who seems to be scared but there is no dead body to start the investigation. Alyssa tells them that she was with her friend who has disappeared now. Bree starts looking for the missing student along with her partner and they find a dead body in the snow.

The problem is that the dead body was not of Alyssa’s friend. Then more dead bodies appear on the scene and the case becomes very serious. Bree is certain that the killer is still out there somewhere. Christina Traister speeds up the narration of the novel when Alyssa also disappears in thin air. Bree thinks that if she doesn’t work fast then she might lose another innocent life. Dead Against Her and Hour of Need had murder scenes but the dead bodies were not that huge in number. Here the killer has done a massive killing and he must not get away with the crime.



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