Dog Rose Dirt by Jen Williams

Dog Rose Dirt Book Cover

Dog Rose Dirt
Jen Williams
General Fiction (Adult) | Mystery & Thrillers
HarperCollins UK, HarperFiction
22 Jul 2021


What if your mother had been writing to a serial killer?

A convicted murderer with a story to tell. Serial killer Michael Reave – known as The Red Wolf – has been locked in Belmarsh Prison for over 20 years for the brutal and ritualistic murders of countless women. A grieving daughter with a secret to unearth.
Ex-journalist Heather Evans returns to her childhood home after her mother’s inexplicable suicide and discovers something chilling – hundreds of letters between her mother and Reave, dating back decades. A hunt for a killer ready to strike again

When the body of a woman is found decorated with flowers, just like his victims, Reave is the only person alive who could help. After years of silence, he will speak to Heather, and only Heather. If she wants to unearth the truth and stop further bloodshed, she’ll have to confront a monster.

Dog Rose Dirt by Jen Williams is a decent crime thriller that follows the story of a woman named Margot who is struggling with the memories of her past. The book is well-written and the plot is engaging, but it lacks the depth and originality that sets it apart from other books in the same genre. The characters are well-developed, but some of their actions and decisions feel forced and unnatural. Overall, it’s an entertaining read, but it doesn’t quite reach the level of greatness that I was hoping for.


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