Pip is going off to college. But she is experiencing PTSD and is still haunted by the murders and secrets that took place in the first two novels.
As she tries to heal, she keeps getting an anonymous message that asks her, “Who will look for you when you’re the one who disappears?”
The threats start to mount and Pip soon realizes that someone is stalking her. And perhaps this stalker is the actual serial killer instead of the convicted person that is behind bars. When the sheriff refuses to help, Pip does what she does best: take matters into her own hands.
It’s always satisfying to finish a trilogy. This one is no different. Jackson always keeps the reader on their toes and keeps you guessing.
Find this gripping book in our young adult section.