Four Years Gone (book 8)
A Carlos McCrary, Private Investigator, Mystery Thriller
Carlos McCrary’s morning in his South Florida beachside condo turns topsy-turvy when Crazy Aunt Carrie calls. Her daughter Emily—McCrary’s cousin—appeared last night in a vision. “Mom, I’m here. Come find me. I need you.”
Four year ago, when Emily disappeared, McCrary (then a new police detective) couldn’t find her and the failure still haunts him. Carrie persuades him to drop everything and fly to Austin, Texas. His aunt has nothing new beyond her vision, but, hell, family is family.
The wrong bodies surface
Finding his cousin’s body would finally give Aunt Carrie and Uncle Frank closure. But other bodies turn up in the backwoods of the Texas Hill Country. Before he knows it, the young detective is enmeshed in a decade-old cauldron of kidnapping, rape, and serial killings. As McCrary untangles the web of deception, the killer sets his sights on McCrary.
This mystery thriller will draw you in and refuse to let go. Don’t start reading it in the evening if you want a full night’s sleep.
Four Years Gone, published in October 2018, has received 22 reader reviews with an average star rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars on Amazon as of 21 Jan 2020.