Hope's Peak
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Hope's Peak


Beyond the shores of Hope’s Peak, North Carolina, evil waits as his next victim approaches. He’ll make her a princess like the others…

Detective Jane Harper can’t shake the image of the young woman discovered in a field—eyes closed, a crown of woven vines on her head. She expects macabre murders like this in her native San Francisco, not here. Jane and her partner, Stu, vow to catch the killer, but in this town, that’s easier said than done. The police department is in the grips of a wide-reaching scandal that could topple the entire force, and Jane and Stu face a series of dead ends. Until they meet Ida Lane.

Ida knows too well the evil that lurks in the cornfields. Tortured by her mother’s murder years before, Ida is paralyzed by the fear that she could be next. As the killer grows bolder, Jane must persuade Ida to use her remarkable gifts to help in the investigation. It’s a decision that brings them closer to the killer…maybe too close.

Title:Hope's Peak
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Audio CD

    Hope's Peak Reviews

  • Dee
    Dec 03, 2016

    “Hope’s Peak” sounded promising from the ad blurbs, but unfortunately, it did not live up to its billing. Here’s the good and the not-so-good, without spoilers:THE WRITING – The author has c...

  • John Wood
    Dec 25, 2016

    Disturbing!This is a well written and very disturbing story. Can't give this book a 5 star rating, only because the bad guy was so repulsive....

  • Lorna Hogg
    Dec 14, 2016

    Enjoyable read but lacking suspenseReally enjoyed the characters particularly Ida and the storyline has a nice flow to it. There's no real twists in the storyline which is were I think the book is lac...

  • Liz
    Dec 08, 2016

    Slow to startPoor character development. Disgusting, unnecessary sexual scenes, I had to skip over. I didn't like the view point of the murders from the murderers stand point, creeped me out. ...

  • Connor
    Dec 04, 2016

    Well written. Interesting case.This is not my usual kind of detective novel. I like to work out who the killer is, but that is revealed around 40 percent of the way into the story when it becomes a th...

  • Dixie Smith
    Dec 04, 2016

    Book has some unexpected twists and turns so that it kept my interest until the very end. Good descriptions and attention to detail. ...

  • barrie tinker
    Dec 04, 2016

    Great read!First time I've read this author books. Story was enticing and I read it all at one time. Can't wait to read another book by him!...

  • Tara Sheehan
    Jan 11, 2017

    It was a decent book but there were enough flaws to feel disappointed after the synopsis sounded so intriguing. Basically a serial killer has been active in this small North Carolina town but only tho...

  • Rowan Greene
    Jan 03, 2017

    (I read this book for free as part of the Amazon Prime Kindle First program.)*1.5 stars rounded up to 2.0 stars*This book is riddled with problems:- one-dimensional, flat characters- plot that is full...

  • Belinda Frisch
    Jan 01, 2017

    THE GOOD:First review of 2017 so I’m starting with the highlight reel: Hope’s Peak moves as a brisk pace, and if it weren’t for how heavy the subject matter sometimes becomes, I’d call it a ...

About Tony Healey

Tony Healey

Tony Healey is the bestselling author of the Far From Home series. He has written alongside such award-winning authors as Alan Dean Foster and Harlan Ellison.Tony is currently working on book two of his Harper & Lane series, of which Hope’s Peak is the first installment. He lives with his wife and four daughters in Sussex, England.Visit his website at www.tonyhealey.comLike his Facebook Page a