From The Ashes
(Ashes to Ashes #3)
The gripping conclusion to the page-turning Ashes To Ashes psychological thriller series
To expose the truth, she’ll trade the only thing she has left…
Journalist Charlotte Ashe has sacrificed her credibility, her friendships and her career. With no job and no prospects and a soon-to-be invalid working visa, she needs a big story. Fast. Her single lead is Blaxon Hall, a private brain injury clinic owned by Tyrone Garner.
And Tyrone Garner has become an obsession…
When Charlotte uncovers mystery surrounding the recent deaths of residents at the Hall, she knows she’s found her story. Are the deaths natural or murder? Does a killer lurk at the Hall? And why is Garner determined to keep his past, and his visits to the Hall, a secret?
But the closer she gets to the truth the real question becomes whether she can trust what she sees. Is she exposing the truth or is it all a figment of her overwrought imagination?
Then Blaxon Hall is consumed by fire. And one of the missing is Charlotte Ashe.
Lies kept her safe. Until Charlotte Ashe discovered the truth.
And his enemies found his weakness.
Read From The Ashes today and get lost in a labyrinth of twists that will leave you guessing until the last page.
Once again Rowena Holloway excels in her provision of the despicable, the violent and so credible “bad guy (s)” that in a few instances I had to stop and take a break from reading – such was the tension created on the page.
From the Ashes is the 3rd book in the Ashes to Ashes series is in my opinion the strongest in the series; perhaps that is because we have been on this journey with Charlotte and are invested in the outcome. Perhaps it’s because we see a different side of Charlotte – a more caring and selfless person who has developed a caring relationship with the residents of Blazon Hall.
Stay on this journey for a very twisty ride. I really enjoy the style of the writing – the different view points, the back and forward. There are many red herrings and wrong turns before the final exciting and satisfying ending.
This series is a great read.
PS I really like the cover designs on these books too.