I love a book that snags me right from page 1. Not only that, I was riveted to it. I stayed up waaay too late and picked it up with my coffee in the morning. Murder novels are my genre, and “Hidden” gives them a run for their money. As young adult genre, there wasn’t any profanity, overly descriptive sex scenes, or descriptions of violent and bloody crimes. ~
Hidden in the Dark (Harper Flagg Book 1)
Lock the doors and set the alarm, but it won’t help. A dark force lurks in Gabriel’s cold heart and nothing can stop him.
He hides in the shadows of life, stalking young women and carrying them away to his secret hiding place, where he finishes them off with his sharp blade. He’s brilliant, invisible, and his current obsession is high school golden girl, Harper Flagg. Sixteen years ago he murdered her mother and now he’s stalking her.
Harper has spent her whole life training for this confrontation. She’s an accomplished marksman, an expert in self-defense, and she’s dying to come face-to-face with the serial killer known as the Bad Guy. Her wish is about to come true.