In college, Griffin McCray and his three best friends had their lives planned out. But then Luke vanished before graduation and their world–and friendships–crumbled.
Still trying to forget a case that went bad when he was a SWAT team sniper, he’s living a quiet life as a park ranger at Gettysburg. Quiet until skeletal remains are uncovered near Little Round Top–and they aren’t Civil War-era. Griffin just wants the case to go away, but charming forensic anthropologist Finley Scott discovers evidence pointing to the work of an expert sniper. When FBI agent Declan Grey steps in to take over the case, past and present collide.
This is the first book I read by Dani Pettrey. I appreciated how the mystery of the book was more central than the relationship between Griffin and Finley.
Ms. Pettrey engages the reader in excellent character development. It was interesting to see how Griffin and Finley needed to deal with events in their lives that haunted them. Learning to share their concerns with each other, and for Griffin learning the importance of offering forgiveness.
Following the clues, working through false leads, having insight given from the killers scattered throughout the book, and figuring out mystery characters made for an interesting read.
I found the ending to be a bit weak, though it would be good to read a sequel to see if the remaining mystery is solved. :)