The Keeper (Detective Inspector Antonia Hawkins)
There is something hiding in the forest.
A man is found dead near an isolated forest outside of London. When another body is discovered a few days later, DCI Antonia Hawkins knows that she must move fast. The hunt is on.
With each passing day, Hawkins struggles to find a patter in this seemingly random scattering of murders. But who is the hunter?
With more disappearances, Hawkins must stop a cold, careful killer whose twisted game can only be guessed at, before the next disappearance. . .
I'm slowly slowly growing to love the character of Antonia. I think the author has done a great job in creating her.
Antonia has many flaws, and doesn't seem to be able to get through a case without injury to herself. She is also suffering mentally from injuries incurred in a previous case.
At times she is a little bit to stubborn and things could be so much easier for her if she could just open up and let some of her guards downs.
Antonia and her team certainly have their hands full with the hunt for this killer. When a body is found buried in local woods, its down to the team to find out first, who the body belongs to and why he is buried in the woods.
As more bodies seem to start turning up, the book ramps up a gear and it's all systems go for the team, working flat out to find the killer before anyone else is killed.
Another very well written book with a great story line that will keep you wanting to read on.
For me, it's right onto book 4 because I need more.