Book Review: Haven of Swans

Haven of Swans

A Rock Harbor Novel
by Colleen Coble

Thomas Nelson–FICTION

Thomas Nelson

Pub Date 02 May 2017 

I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of Haven of Swans through Thomas Nelson-Fiction and Netgalley:

He calls himself Gideon, Gideon the Destroyer of Evil.

He had tried to kill her, but she drove bleeding, unsure of how much blood she lost.  She needs to get her and her daughter away from him before he kills her.

A woman finds her bleeding, on the side of the road, her little girl in her arms, and realizes she needs help, but the woman, a woman who can’t even remember her name is trying to escape something, someone.

Her necklace only reveals her first name Elena, but otherwise she doesn’t know who she is, or what she does.

Eventually she remembers her last name too, Elena Cox, her little girl’s name is Terri. 

With a little help from the internet Elena discovers she lived in the Detroit area and taught Ballet.

Dead bodies are starting to show up in the waters of Rock Harbor.  While looking at Swans Elena and her new friend Bree find a dead body.

Soon more truths come to light the serial killer (Gideon) performs amputations when his victims are still alive.

Will Elena (Eve) be able to get away from the man killing her, will they catch the serial killer before he strikes again.

Five out of five stars.

Happy Reading.


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