Somewhere in Vixenhead, I’m certain the truth lies…
A sudden disappearance
When Roz Outlaw’s partner Tom mysteriously vanishes, she knows his life is in danger. Tom has been distracted lately, afraid, as though he is being hunted…
A desperate search
With the police showing little interest Roz knows it falls to her to find Tom. But as Tom’s secrets are uncovered nothing can prepare Roz for the dark lies and twisted truths she finds. She thought she loved Tom, but quickly realises she has been living with a stranger – a man with murder in his past.
A house of evil
The key to unlocking Tom’s past lies in his childhood home – Vixenhead. A house of wickedness that keeps its secrets well hidden. Can Roz find Tom before it’s too late or will the evil within Vixenhead claim her too…
The cover and description of Vixenhead appealed to me straight away. Who doesn’t love a good dark read, especially one that promises twists?
I loved the whole evil house and secrets story line. It’s one that never fails to interest a reader. I have to admit I was dying to know what could possibly have happened in Tom’s past for him just to disappear like that with no word to anyone.
I have to admit I struggled to feel much empathy for the characters. They just didn’t quite grab me like I wanted them to. Due to that, what was happening just didn’t have the impact on me that I really wanted. It’s a good solid story line which with out a doubt readers will enjoy but personally for me it was just lacking that added punch I would have liked.
Vixenhead is certainly a dark read full of suspense. There are plenty of twists within the story, though for me not as shocking as I would have hoped, but then psychological thrillers are one of my favourite genres so it does take a lot to shock me. It’s still an entertaining and easy read though and one that is worth reading.
My thanks to Harper Impulse for a copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.
Goodreads rating 3/5 stars.
Vixenhead is available to purchase from Amazon.