BLOG TOUR: One Perfect Grave (Nikki Hunt #2) by Stacy Green

“She didn’t see the patch of black ice until it was too late. The car started to spin, and as it veered off into the deep ditch and the mounds of snow beside the road, she saw him. The little boy frozen in the ice.”

The second book in Stacy Green‘s Nikki Hunt series, One Perfect Grave sees Special Agent Nikki Hunt investigate a new cast when the remains of two bodies are found in an open grave along a desolate highway in Stillwater, Minnesota. And she knows exactly who they are. The bright blue jacket lying on the frozen earth belongs to Kellan Rhodes, the missing boy she’s desperately been trying to find for the last two days. The other body is his mother Dana, who had been Nikki’s lead suspect. Although the wounds on Dana’s body suggest she murdered her son and took her own life, Nikki finds evidence that suggests she was a victim too. Dana was desperately trying to regain custody of Kellan, and Nikki finds boot prints at the scene that belong to someone else. When another child is reported missing, local journalist Caitlin Newport claims the cases are linked: Zach Reeves was taken away from his own mother in a custody battle, just like Kellan was. Caitlin once helped Nikki find out the truth about her own parents’ murders, but her desire for a story nearly cost Nikki her life. Now, Nikki must decide if she can trust Caitlin again, before time runs out to find the killer and bring Zach home alive.

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Book Review: The Girls In The Snow (Nikki Hunt #1) by Stacy Green

“In the remote forests of Stillwater, you can scream for days and no one will hear you.”

The first book in Stacy Green‘s Nikki Hunt series, The Girls In The Snow follows Special Agent Nikki Hunt who returns to her hometown of Stillwater, Minnesota for the first time in twenty years, when the bodies of two fifteen-year-old girls are discovered frozen in the snow. Nikki is sure the killer is local: someone knew where to hide them and thought they’d never be found. But when Nikki arrives at the Sheriff’s office, she’s confronted by protesters eager to see the man in prison for the murder of her parents freed. With new evidence that could clear his name, Mark has appealed his conviction. His brother, Rory, begs Nikki to take a look at what they’ve found. Nikki knows she must focus on the killer at large, but Rory makes her wonder if she put her trust in the right people all those years ago. Are Madison and Kaylee’s deaths connected to her parents’ murders? And can she face up to her past before another life is taken?

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