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Winner of the Ned Kelly Award

Justice is good. Vengeance is better.

“A new murder mystery star—Candice Fox may just be your new literary addiction.”—Primo Life

“I fool myself that Eden has a heart—that she would at least have trouble killing me...”

Most homicide detective teams run on trust, loyalty, and the shared desire to put killers behind bars. Frank Bennett's partner, Eden Archer, thrives on darkness and danger. She has a rare talent for catching killers - but her idea of justice has little to do with courtrooms.

Now three girls are missing, and Eden is going undercover to a remote farm where the troubled go to hide and blood falls more often than rain. Frank’s job is to keep an eye on his partner while she's there - but is it for Eden's protection, or to protect others from her? Walking a tightrope between duty and desperation,  Frank confronts a threat from Eden’s past—the sadistic crime lord Hades, who raised her. Suddenly, the hunter is the hunted. And a killer’s vicious desires are about to be unleashed . . .

The breathtaking new thriller from the author of Hades, winner of the Ned Kelly Award for Best Debut Crime Novel, establishes Candice Fox as a suspense writer of international renown and undisputed power.

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    I Want to Read It Over and Over

    Eden is a thriller that connects and teases on many levels.. While it is a second in a series, it stands on its own, as all the relevant history is brought in. Both old and new characters are very real people with all the weaknesses and strengths people can have. Eden is an unusual and very strong woman, and she needs all her cunning and strength as the story unfolds. The narrative is strong and draws the reader into the action. The ending has several twists to make the story more interesting. I want to read it again..

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