About The Book
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?
About The Book
With thanks to the publisher for the copy received. I have read a couple of books from this series but unfortunately not the book that preceded this one. It didn’t impact on my enjoyment of this novel, just made me regretful for what I missed. What I know is that Tuva feels a lot of guilt and pain and struggles with loneliness and all of this just increased my respect and liking for her.
She is a journalist who works well with the local police force, they have a lot of respect for each other and this becomes increasingly evident as Tuva becomes the only person the small group of people who live in the Rose Farm compound, are willing to talk to. What also becomes more evident is her bravery, because nothing would have made me want to communicate with anybody in this group.
This is such a fascinating series. The almost sinister crimes that take place where anybody or all could be responsible. The danger that Tuva faces in her attempts to get answers, despite being in even more danger because of her deafness. The huge amount of snow that I can’t even begin to imagine. The descriptions of ‘Toytown’ as Tuva calls it, and it’s inhabitants. Some quirky, some odd, most loyal. But in particular, I enjoy this series because of Tuva herself. I love her resilience, loyalty and friendships, in particular with Tam and the young neighbour Dan.
I need to make a determined effort to catch up with this series,I’m sure this will make me appreciate it even more.
2 Replies to “Wolf Pack by Will Dean – Blog Tour Review.”
Thanks for the blog tour support x
I wonder when a group of survivalists, cut off from the rest of the world, could claim to be exempt from the rest of the world’s laws and rules.
How cut off do you have to be?