Eps it interesting and currentI anticipate and look forward to some dramatic changes in the next book4 sMany thanks to NetGalley and the publishers for my copy to read and review This is the third book of the series and I liked it than book two I expected this to be the last but it looks like the story could go in an interesting direction in a fourth book Hades the body disposal expert is back So are his adopted daughter Eden the copvigilante and her partner Frank I really like the characters Frank and Eden I even root for Eden although she is a remorseless predator This book had a lot of side stories that manage to come together including of Eden s backstory a serial killer of female oggers a teenaged girl who entraps pedophiles for the police a second teenaged girl being bullied by her mother and a house cleaner who finds an unexpected resident I ve enjoyed all of the Australian crime novels that I ve read by this author and I plan on Reading Finally Found This Finally found this the library I d read the first 2 books of this series and desperately wanted to find out how this ended 1st thought Boy can Frank ever pick em A fast and compelling read for me fascinatingly damaged characters a book full of them somehow managing to cope in society most of them This was a much a character driven story as plot drivenSure there were some coincidences or happy accidents but I was easily able to overlook them The Clave Matrix just to find out what came next 45 stars Fall is the thrilling third instalment in the continuing story of Detective Eden Archer and her adoptive parent Hades Archer In this episode the focus is very much on Eden who is recovering from grave injuries that almost killed her in her last undercover investigation When aogger is found murde 45 Superb Not sure how I managed to miss this book in my reading Free My Soul (Bound Forever, journey So happy I found it eventually I think that this one was my favourite of the 3 in this series I love Eden and Hades The ending really shocked me I really hope that this is not the end If you have not read this series then I suggest you start at the beginning and read them all Candice Fox is a brilliant Australian crime writer Highly recommend When Detective Frank Bennett and his partner Detective Eden Archer attended the gruesome murder of one of the night timeoggers in Sydney s parks all indications pointed to the woman being killed by someone she knew It was uite obviously personal the destruction of the victim s face told them that But when a second body turned up brutally beaten Than The First They the first they the race was on to find the killer before bodies were foundFrank s girlfriend was Imogen Stone psychologist for the police department But Imogen was tenacious and her latest project was cold cases and solving them When she dug up the twenty plus year old case of the missing Tanner children her interest was tweaked She was determined that she would find answers but would those answers put her and others in danger With the oggers case keeping Frank and Eden on their toes the occasional absences by Eden didn t go unnoticed by Frank His suspicions and fears were heightened he knew he needed to keep his wits about him was her coldness intensifying Or was it his active imagination once again And what was the ongoing mystery about her past Fall by Aussie author Candice Fox is the third in the Archer and Bennett series and as fast paced and gritty as the first two Though I found it predictable at times and had worked out the killer uite early in the book the plot was good and kept me interested to the finish There was a fairly nasty twist near the end but it wasn t particularly surprising you ll have to read it to know why This series is a chilling one for thriller lovers and I have no hesitation in recommending all three books With thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for my copy to read and review. A different kind of danger grows closer to home Frank's new girlfriend Imogen Stone is fascinated by cold cases and her latest project – the disappearance of the two Tanner children than twenty years ago – is leading her straight to Eden's doorAnd as Frank knows all too well asking too many uestions about Eden Archer can get you buried as deep as her pa. ,
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Agree with the majority of my friend s reviews this was the Of The Series of the series a series that keeps getting and better and this one does ust that Book ends with uestions unanswered and wide open to possibilities Fall is the third book in the Archer and Bennett series by Australian author Candice Fox As Eden Archer satisfies her bloodlust on night forays without her brother her police partner Frank Bennett seems to have caught the nesting instinct he has a steady girlfriend in police psychologist Imogen Stone and a wreck of a house to renovate But Imogen is not all she seems Her focus on Eden could have dangerous resultsMeanwhile young fit agile female runners are dying Sydney s parks suddenly seem to be the hunting ground of a brutal predator that the press names the Sydney Parks Strangler Frank and Eden are making little progress although young police consultant Amy Hooku offers some useful contributions Their task is not made easier when lifestyle coach and women s spokesperson Caroline Eckhart organises a Take Back the Parks night run which attracts thousands of participants Once again Fox has produced a page turner with plenty of twists some of which will leave the reader gasping Her characters are multi faceted and she touches on topical and age old themes the emphasis on appearance animal cruelty internet paedophiles missing persons The final events of this page turner will have readers wondering if there is to come from Fox about this unusual duo A riveting read Returning for a third instalment of the Archer Bennett series Fox takes readers down the precarious of thriller rabbit holes while keeping things as sinister as her past two novels have exemplified After almost losing her life to a serial killer and admitting her moonlighting as a killer herself Eden Archer must rely heavily on her partner Frank Bennett Their latest case sees women targeted while out for a run tranuillised and their faces pummelled With little but CCTV footage that shows a shadowy figure Archer and Bennett struggle to make any progress Bennett s girlfriend police psychologist Dr Imogen Stone has a project of her own on which she is working seeking to bring closure to long ago cold child kidnapping cases in Australia Using her numerous connections Stone is able to focus her attention and acuire the large rewards though she does so anonymously Her most recent project is to nail down whatever happened to Morgan and Marcus Tanner The deeper she digs the her inclination leans towards Eden Archer as an adult Morgan Piecing together what Heinrich Hades Archer might have had to do with the kidnapping and murder of the children s parents proves to be Stone s central focus which puts Eden on the defensive when she learns of this through backchannels This is one secret that cannot be revealed no matter what While working the Sydney Park Strangler case poorly named but catchy for media sound bytes Bennett encounters a victim with whom he worked in the past young Amy Hooky Hooku a tech savvy seventeen year old whose skills have her working off the books for the authorities While Bennett liaises regularly with Hooky this puts Imogen Stone in the awkward position of being ealous of a child While the killer s backstory is told throughout the novel it is only when a strong willed woman seeks to take the city back for those women who enjoy running in the city s parks that it becomes the greatest cat and mouse game that Archer and Bennett have ever witnessed Over seven thousand potential victims and one killer who has offered
Little To Identify Them Willto identify them Will uncover Eden s true identity while the killer remains on the loose thereby distracting the detective from her ob to sweep the breadcrumbs under the table And how can Archer handle her partner s constant discussion of the moonlighting she has been doing uestio. A chilling exhilarating new thriller from the award winning Candice Fox described by the Sydney Morning Herald as 'an important new voice in crime fiction' 'I'm sure every day Eden looked in the mirror and wondered if she should kill me'If Detective Frank Bennett tries hard enough he can sometimes forget that Eden Archer his partner in the Homicide Departmen. .
Ning every dead body that turns *UP IN AS PERHAPS BEING *in Sydney as perhaps being of Eden s kills Poignant down to the final Fox pulls her readers into a vortex from which their is no exit save a fall into the abyss of confusionBefore I go any further the title and progress of the narrative hint towards this being the final novel in a powerful trilogy one that should not be read out of order if the reader enjoys a captivating story that develops over time Fox has utilised all her skills and shows why she was awarded some utilised all her skills and shows why she was awarded some Australian literary honours for this series as she places two detectives polar opposites to one another together and has them fighting crime on the streets of Sydney The choice of characters and the backstories they are given is all purposeful and plays into the larger narrative and the storylines as they fuel the series momentum There is little to say other than that there is much to enjoy in the banter between characters sarcastic and Betty Crocker Lost Recipes: Beloved Vintage Recipes for Today's Kitchen jilted as it can be The narrative takes twists and turns while revealing much from the outset Fox seeks not to create a whodunit but a how with they get to the answer situation which places the reader in the driver seat from the get go The inner struggle each character possesses helps to construct a larger and uncertain central foundation that propels the narrative into countless directions One could also comment that the lack of formal chapters though breaks in momentum create natural places for them helps to show that the entire novel is a single fall slow in the beginning but uicker by the last third Fox does not shy away from surprises some of which will hit the reader from unexpected directions This only goes to strengthen the argument that Candice Fox is rising from within the genre to make a sensational name for herselfKudos Madam Fox for another powerful novel While I know you are co authoring with James Patterson I hope your voice is not muted pairing yourself with auggernaut You are a force to be reckoned with in the thriller genreLikehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at This is the third book by Candice Fox in this Archer and Bennett series and once again she deliversAction packed right from the start you are not left waiting for things to start happening as homicide detectives Frank Bennett and Eden Archer are called upon to investigate the discovery of a body in a popular Sydney parkIt soon becomes apparent that they may be looking for someone with a grudge against female Pepped Up Wilder (Pepper Jones, joggers and one particular celebrity within theogging community is thwarting investigations by orchestrating a frenzy of fear mongering through the mediaMeanwhile we get an intriguing glimpse into the private lives of our lead characters and the things that drive them making for compelling readingCandice Fox has proven herself to be a formidable contender for a place among the best of CrimeMystery and Thriller writers with her penchant for delving into the dark side and shining a vivid light onto the dark traits of her charactersShe doesn t shy away from the macabre or grotesue yet even this somehow manages to make it all the intriguing to the readerHer talent for keeping several storylines flowing nicely between chapters is also laudable and this in turn makes for easy continuity between booksAs with the first two books this one is also set in and around Sydney AustraliaIn the last book Eden I made mention of what was for me a niggling point about the character of Frank being somewhat of the stereotype alcoholic cop with issues which I felt gave his senior position as a homicide detective a lack of credibility In Fall I am happy to say that although he still struggles he appears to be coming to terms with his issues and may soon find his mojo This book introduces some new characters and prospective lifestyle changes for others which ke. T is also a moonlighting serial killer Thankfully their latest case is proving a good distraction Someone is angry at Sydney's beautiful people and the results are anything but pretty On the rain soaked running tracks of Sydney's parks a predator is lurking and it's not long before night time ogs become a race to stay aliveWhile Frank and Eden chase shadows. ,