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Blue Hollow by Cheryl Rees-Price - Book Tour & Review

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Blue Hollow
A child lies in an unmarked grave, another missing without a trace.

Dora’s life is a mess. Her husband has left her for another woman, she can’t pay the bills, and most days she doesn’t bother to get dressed. She feels life couldn’t get any worse, then her oldest friend, Eddie, is murdered. Before Eddie died he told Dora a shocking secret. A secret she wishes she didn’t know. She is not the only one who knows Eddie secret. Someone wants Eddie silenced for good and they are coming after Dora.
As Dora uncovers Eddie’s past she learns of a place called Blue Hollow where an unimaginable crime took place. Now Dora knows the truth of what happened there. Why an innocent man rots in jail. The secret has already taken four lives. She has a choice, bury the past with Eddie or become the next victim of Blue Hollow.

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My Review
Blue Hollow is a hard book to read. It's dark. It's gritty. It's tense. And it's emotional.
The story follows Dora, a woman who is tossed into the midst of a fifty-plus year crime that's been kept secret all this time. It isn't until her friend Eddie asks her to listen to a tape that things start to spiral out of control as the truth comes to light. The perpetrators will stop at nothing to keep everything hushed up, including murder. Can Dora expose the evils that still linger within Blue Hollow, or will she become its next victim? You'll have to read it and find out.
This book's just wow. I found myself immediately intrigued and curious, while also becoming more and more horrified as I read on. There is some dark subject matter that gets tackled within the pages, and it may bother more sensitive readers. Definitely take that into account before starting the journey.
The plot is paced nicely, and the story overall kept me on my toes, eager and anxious to know what Dora might uncover next. There are a lot of secrets. A lot of lies. A lot of twists and turns. It's crazy.
I did find myself a bit annoyed with a couple of the characters at times. Dora jumped to conclusions too often, and others refused to come clean, preferring to let Dora investigate things even when they could have easily just told her what she needed to know. I get why they didn't, but it still irked me a little.
If you're looking for an intense, dark thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat, definitely pick up a copy of Blue Hollow. You won't be disappointed. 
4 stars!

Author Bio – Cheryl Rees-Price was born in Cardiff and moved as a young child to a small ex-mining village on the edge of the Black Mountains, South Wales, where she still lives with her husband, daughters and two cats. After leaving school she worked as a legal clerk for several years before leaving to raise her two daughters.

Cheryl returned to education, studying philosophy, sociology and accountancy whilst working as a part time book keeper. She now works as a finance director for a company that delivers project management and accounting services.
In her spare time Cheryl indulges in her passion for writing, the success of writing plays for local performances gave her the confidence to write her first novel. Her other hobbies include walking and gardening which free her mind to develop plots and create colourful characters.

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