Wolf Pack by Will Dean

When there’s a pack on the hunt, nobody’s safe

A closed community

Rose Farm is home to a group of survivalists, completely cut off from the outside world. Until now.

A missing person

A young woman goes missing within the perimeter of the farm compound. Can Tuva talk her way inside the tight-knit group to find her story?

A frantic search

As Tuva attempts to unmask the culprit, she gains unique access to the residents. But soon she finds herself in danger of the pack turning against her – will she make her way back to safety so she can expose the truth?

Will Dean’s most heart-pounding Tuva Moodyson thriller yet takes Tuva to her absolute limits in exposing a heinous crime, and in her own personal life. Can she, and will she, do the right thing?

Is it even Autumn if you’ve not got your hands on a new Tuva Moodyson book? Yes it’s that time of year again and If you’ve been following this series you’ll hopefully remember the awful events that happened in the previous book! Wolf Pack was a much anticipated release for me as I’ve been desperate to know what’s been occurring since we last met Tuva in Bad Apples and she certainly has her hands full again here.

There’s a devastating start to Wolf Pack as Tuva discovers blood by the side of the road and stops to rescue an injured animal. This chance meeting leads her to the world of survivalists and a missing girl, all of whom are connected to Rose Farm-a farm with an horrific history. The horror of which contrasts to the circumstances Tuva faces within her personal life.

This series continues to be one of my favourite and that’s mainly due to the wonderful characters who inhabit the pages of both Wolf Pack and it’s 4 predecessors. Tuva Moodyson is such a wonderful creation-brave, strong-minded and passionate. And I always think of her “disability” as her superpower, an integral part of who she is and why she does what she does. The setting rises from the page like a pop-up book and it is so vividly described that I feel I could find my way to McDonalds with my eyes closed! Why this hasn’t been optioned for Sunday night tv drama is a mystery in itself as the scenery alone would make it a must watch! Will Dean certainly uses his knowledge of his adopted home county to write a love letter to Sweden that captures the imagination of all those who read it.

Another great read from one of my must read authors!

Will Dean grew up in the East Midlands, living in nine different villages before the age of eighteen. After studying law at the LSE, and working many varied jobs in London, he settled in rural Sweden with his wife. He built a wooden house in a boggy forest clearing and it’s from this base that he compulsively reads and writes.

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I am a Norfolk girl living in leafy Cheshire with my grumpy Scotsman. A mum and nana who lives for my family but who is also addicted to reading (and Marmite!) I will read almost anything but my preferred genres to review are psychological thrillers, crime procedural novels or women's fiction. My kindle is my life but I also have a substantial bookshelf in my cosy reading room where I can go to escape the stresses of family life with plenty of tea and chocolate. I am a member of netgalley and bookbridg. I review on Amazon, where I'm a Top 500 reviewer, and Goodreads. You can always find me over on Twitter @jocatrobertson for any review requests.

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