After seven long years, we’re so excited to welcome the return of our favorite will they/won’t they get together couple, Reverend and PTSD survivor Claire and Chief of Police Russ, and their newborn son in HID FROM OUR EYES by Julia Spencer Flemming. But stresses and secrets are building between the couple, and now a woman is found murdered in the idyllic town of Miller’s Kill.
“Spencer-Fleming combines a first-rate mystery with flawed but endearing characters. Readers will hope they won’t have to wait another seven years for the next installment.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
And, don’t miss out on the previous books in the series.
“Readers seeking tales of city crime reaching small towns will love the well-crafted setting and story but shouldn’t expect a cozy; there’s plenty of grit here.”–Booklist, starred review
“Spencer-Fleming’s fans who have been waiting anxiously for her latest won’t be disappointed; this series, as intelligent as it is enthralling, just keeps getting better.”–Booklist, starred review
“Keenly moving and occasionally laugh-out-loud funny, this is a tour de force in a series that seems to have jumped several levels in quality.”–Booklist, starred review
“Fans, once they start reading, will hang Do Not Disturb signs on their doors.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
“The fifth installment of this underrated series tops even the pyrotechnics of TO DARKNESS AND TO DEATH (2005)—even as it leaves you wondering whether it’ll be the last we’ll hear of Russ and Clare.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“Spencer-Fleming has brought alive the people and environs of Millers Kill in another riveting mystery.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Quite a departure for Episcopalian priest Clare Ferguson and the man who loves her, police chief Russ Van Alstyne (OUT OF THE DEEP I CRY, 2004, etc.): a Rube Goldberg plot that crams all manner of secrets and crimes into the most hectic 21 hours in Millers Kill’s history.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“The author expertly portrays the power of grief, guilt, greed and love and their effect on good people in a story as chilling as the month of March in Millers Kill. A subtle sense of humor further enhances this poignant and provocative mystery.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Amid a host of memorable characters, Clare stands out… Not just fans of ecclesiastical mysteries will have reason to rejoice.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
“It is a cast readers will hope to meet again, while a fast-paced plot keeps the guess work going until the very end. Along the way, there is an exceptionally spine-chilling confrontation. The vivid setting descriptions will bring plenty of shivers, but the real strength of this stellar first is the focus on the mystery, which will delight traditional fans.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review