This FBI agent has come to expect almost anythingjust not thisWhen Agent Mercedes Ramirez finds an abused young boy on her porch, covered in blood and clutching a teddy bear, she has no idea that this is just the beginning. He tells her a chilling tale: an angel killed his parents and then brought him here so Mercedes could keep him safe.His parents werent just murdered. It was a slaughtera rage kill like no one on the Crimes Against Children team had seen before. But theyre going to see it again. An avenging angel is meting out savage justice, and shes far from through.One by one, more children arrive at Mercedess door with the same horror story. Each one a traumatized survivor of an abusive home. Each one chafing at Mercedess own scars from the past. And each one taking its toll on her life and career.Now, as the investigation draws her deeper into the dark, Mercedes is beginning to fear that if this case doesnt destroy her, her memories might....
|Title||:||The Summer Children (The Collector #3)|
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|Number of Pages||:||300 pages|
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The Summer Children (The Collector #3) Reviews
Honestly I'm sad that this is over. The best FBI agents, the gut wrenching suspense, the horrors the laughs and the tears (yes I cried) all come down to Agent Ramirez I knew I shouldn't rush threw this one that my favorite trio would be coming to an end but I couldn't do it I had to see where it went. The book starts with a bang. All of them do really. Dot if you read this please don't ever stop writing you have one hell of an imagination.
The Summer Children is the final arc of Dot Hutchison's The Collector Trilogy, tying up odds and ends for police team Ramirez and Eddison (I love calling police officers by their last name, sorry Law and Order: SVU has forever changed me). The Summer Children dives more into the life of Agent Mercedes Ramirez, especially when children begin to show up at her doorstep, confiding in her chilling details about this Angel who has single-handedly murdered their parents. To make matters worse, thi ...more
I have received a netgalley arc (in return for an honest review) of every book in the Collector Series by Dot Hutchison and each one was brilliant, captivating and beautiful. Each one disturbing, funny, uncomfortable and passionate.
The Summer Children was no different. I laughed, I cried and I enjoyed myself. I ate up page after page, deeply involved with some new characters and old characters I have grown to love.
Anyone who knows me well can tell you Butterfly Garden is one of my favorite novel ...more
This story once again returns us to Brandon Eddison, Victor Hanoverian, and Mercedes Ramirez. We also hear from our butterflies, Inara and Bliss. Priya Sravasti is still in contact and our favorite agent from Priya's case, Eliza Sterling, has moved over to Virginia to join our team too. We also get to meet a few new agents, including a friend of Mercedes that she was in training with and I'm hoping to see more of her in future books. As you can see, there are a lot of strong women included in th ...more
GIMME GIMME GIMME GIMME!!!!
The Summer Children is the third in The Collector’s Series by Hutchison, the most popular, of course, being the first one: The Butterfly Garden. This is one of those rare books for me that crossed genres of horror, thriller, police procedural and simply great fiction primarily due to the incredible writing skills of Hutchison. Admittedly, I have not read either of the two other books in the series so I have nothing against which to compare this book as others have done and are doing. This book, ...more
“Those who turn to violence don't usually have solutions to offer. Or they tried, and lost, and think this is their only way forward.”
The Summer Children is the third (and final) book in the Collector trilogy. The three books even though they are part of a trilogy can easily be read as standalones, they mention previous characters but not enough for the reader to get lost. This one features Agent Ramirez who works at CAC (Crimes against Children), she returns home one night to find a yo ...more
Enjoyed this book immensely! So glad I won it and got the opportunity to read it in exchange for just a review. It reminded me of a combination of Dexter and Criminal Investigations in a lot of ways and kept me reading and reading. Imagine being in a terrible torturous situation and then suddenly being saved,( no spoilers). Read this book if you liked these television series.