REVIEW: A Flicker in the Dark

This is dark thriller that doesn’t let go. You just keep on turning the tightly written pages as you learn the story of the narrator, one hyper-suspicious therapist with an addiction problem.

It all started two decades ago—missing girls and a serial killer who terrified the community. And then we learn her father was locked up for the crimes, creating even more misery for not only for the victims’ families, but her family, too.

Now, twenty years later, young women are once again turning up dead, and our narrator believes it’s a possible copycat who’s purposefully pulling her into the middle of the murders. Because of her erratic behavior, no one, including the police, believes her. Can she really figure out who’s guilty?

This thriller had an ending I never saw coming!