Down a Dark Road

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Author: Linda Castillo
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
ISBN: 9781250121301
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Category: Fiction

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**AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES AND USA TODAY BESTSELLER**In Down a Dark Road, the electrifying new thriller in Linda Castillo’s New York Times bestselling series, a convicted murderer is on the run and Chief of Police Kate Burkholder must catch him before he strikes again .

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About The Author

LINDA CASTILLO is the New York Times bestselling author of the Kate Burkholder novels, including Sworn to Silence which was adapted into a Lifetime Original Movie titled An Amish Murder starring Neve Campbell as Kate Burkholder. Castillo is the recipient of numerous industry awards including a nomination by the International Thriller Writers for Best Hardcover, the Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence, and a nomination for the RITA. In addition to writing, Castillo’s other passion is horses. She lives in Texas with her husband and is currently at work on her next novel.

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  • Johan Hembrom
    My name is ST JOHN
  • Jacqueline Findlay
    Brilliant !!
  • Kristina Anderson
    Down a Dark Road by Linda Castillo is the newest A Kate Burkholder Novel. Kate Burkholder is the chief of police in Painters Mill, Ohio. Kate receives a call from Deputy Warden Jerry Murphy at the Mansfield Correctional Institute saying that Joseph King has escaped. Joseph was convicted two years prior of murdering his wife. His five children now live with their aunt and uncle on a farm outside Painters Mill. Kate grew up with Joseph until his family moved away when she was thirteen. She remembers the crush she had on Joseph and how he changed after his father passed away. Kate does not think Joseph will return to town, but she sets up a watch on Rebecca and Daniel Beachy’s home. Around 3 a.m. Kate is checking the perimeter when she is attacked. Joseph gets the drop of Kate and forces her into the farmhouse. Joseph is holding Kate along with his five children hostage. Joseph swears to Kate that he is innocent, but he refuses to give himself up. He does not want to go back to prison and he will not let the children go. Joseph wants Kate to investigate and prove he did not murder his wife, Naomi. Kate is set free and faces the criticism of her colleagues. She remembers what Joseph was like as a young boy. Kate sets off on her quest for answers. Did Joseph kill Naomi as the evidence suggests? Kate is in for a bumpy ride in Down a Dark Road. I look forward to reading the latest Kate Burkholder book each year and Linda Castillo did not let me down with this tome. Down a Dark Road captured and held my interest. I found the book to be well-written and have a steady pace. The mystery is complex with many twists and turns along the way. I did solve the mystery early in the story, but I enjoyed reading on to see how it would unravel. I would find dealing with the Amish very frustrating if I was a police officer (Kate is so patient). Their reluctance to talk and help the law astounds me. Kate Burkholder is a complicated person. I liked that more of her youth was revealed to us (Kate looks back remembering her time with Joseph). It is nice to see how Kate was as a girl (she grew up Amish). I also appreciated seeing a more vulnerable side of Kate. My rating for Down a Dark Road is 4.5 out of 5 stars. While Down a Dark Road is the ninth book in the series, it can be read alone. Personally, I am glad to have read the whole series, because each volume builds upon the previous. A new layer of Kate’s character is exposed and we discover a little more about Kate. The epilogue was lovely and heartwarming. I look forward to reading the tenth book in A Kate Burkholder series when it releases next year.
  • DPLyle
    LibraryThing Review The Kate Burkholder series is excellent and this installment is one of the best. An Amish woman is brutally murdered. A shotgun blast while in bed, her five children in nearby rooms untouched. But one
  • she_climber
    LibraryThing Review I continue to love this series about an ex-Amish police chief in a small, mostly Amish, town. Kate Burkholder continues to be a down-to-earth woman with plenty of faults but driven to always do the
  • Cherylk
    LibraryThing Review This is the first time in a long while where I felt like I got a good glimpse into Kate’s life before she left. I was excited for this. Then there is Kate’s lover, John, who I had grown to love as
  • bookswoman
    LibraryThing Review As usual, Castillo keeps me reading, way past my bedtime! In this book, Kate is once again embroiled with the Amish, this time a childhood friend who has broken out of prison and taken his own
  • bookappeal
    LibraryThing Review Kate Burkholder had a childhood crush on Joseph and saw firsthand how his personality changed but it’s still hard to believe he killed his wife in their Amish home while their children were asleep
  • Maydacat
    LibraryThing Review Kate may have left the Amish faith, but she cannot shake off her Amish roots. When a childhood friend, convicted of murdering his wife, escapes from prison, he seeks her help. No one believes he is

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