Alias

Alias

A car lies crashed below a Welsh mountain road. One of the young women inside it is dead, the other badly injured, with no memory of who she is or what just happened. All she has is a bus pass showing her photograph and a name she doesn?t recognise. As she struggles to recover from her injuries, a startling revelation shatters everything she thought she knew, forcing her i A car lies crashed below a Welsh mountain road. One of the young women inside it is dead, the other badly injured, ...

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Title:Alias
Author:Cari Hunter
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Genres:Mystery
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:277 pages pages

Alias Reviews

  • vacatedboat
    Jun 11, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

  • Amanda
    Jul 30, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

  • Alealea
    Jul 01, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

    They are books I have to read twice in a row and this is one of those books. First time around, I was so taken by the ambiance, I miss a lot of details. I didn't even noticed the story was written with the present tense. It's perfect for it. So much tension and stress, it was l...

  • Stephanie
    May 21, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

  • Clare Ashton
    Jun 17, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

  • Cari Hunter
    Jul 02, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

  • Agirlcandream
    Jun 16, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

  • Kath
    Jul 29, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

    They are books I have to read twice in a row and this is one of those books. First time around, I was so taken by the ambiance, I miss a lot of details. I didn't even noticed the story was written with the present tense. It's perfect for it. So much tension and stress, it was l...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Alias told the story of a woman who wakes up on the side of the road not remembering anything, even her name or how she got into the car accident that killed the woman right besides her. We then follow her how sh...

    This book has been a joy to read. Of all the Cari Hunter books on my shelf, this is currently my favourite. The story is an exciting, fast-paced thriller that holds your attention from the first chapter - the writing is sharp, and to the point. If work hadn?t got in the way, I would ...

    Absolutely brilliant! I read this in a day. From the moment the story begins you are sucked in wanting to know who this girl is and what happened to her. It read like I was watching a crime drama, brilliantly written. This is going into my favourites list. ...

    Absolute perfection. A very exciting crime novel that kept me reading on. I hurried so much that I might have missed some elements, but I'll be reading it again, or better yet, listen to the audiobook version. Cari Hunter at her best (she keeps getting better if it's even possible). ...

    There will be no spoilers in this review. I believe people who put spoilers in their reviews should be barred from reading books until they're out for one year (that's the book being out not the reviewer. The latter isn't compulsory). The twists and turns in this story are the beauty o...

    Absolutely awesome audiobook!! It was perfect and I will definitely be listening to it again. ...

  • Jem
    May 13, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

  • Carly
    Jul 25, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

    They are books I have to read twice in a row and this is one of those books. First time around, I was so taken by the ambiance, I miss a lot of details. I didn't even noticed the story was written with the present tense. It's perfect for it. So much tension and stress, it was l...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Alias told the story of a woman who wakes up on the side of the road not remembering anything, even her name or how she got into the car accident that killed the woman right besides her. We then follow her how sh...

    This book has been a joy to read. Of all the Cari Hunter books on my shelf, this is currently my favourite. The story is an exciting, fast-paced thriller that holds your attention from the first chapter - the writing is sharp, and to the point. If work hadn?t got in the way, I would ...

    Absolutely brilliant! I read this in a day. From the moment the story begins you are sucked in wanting to know who this girl is and what happened to her. It read like I was watching a crime drama, brilliantly written. This is going into my favourites list. ...

  • Flowerscat
    May 26, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

    They are books I have to read twice in a row and this is one of those books. First time around, I was so taken by the ambiance, I miss a lot of details. I didn't even noticed the story was written with the present tense. It's perfect for it. So much tension and stress, it was l...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Alias told the story of a woman who wakes up on the side of the road not remembering anything, even her name or how she got into the car accident that killed the woman right besides her. We then follow her how sh...

    This book has been a joy to read. Of all the Cari Hunter books on my shelf, this is currently my favourite. The story is an exciting, fast-paced thriller that holds your attention from the first chapter - the writing is sharp, and to the point. If work hadn?t got in the way, I would ...

  • Velvet Lounger
    Jun 17, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

  • Anne
    Jun 12, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

    They are books I have to read twice in a row and this is one of those books. First time around, I was so taken by the ambiance, I miss a lot of details. I didn't even noticed the story was written with the present tense. It's perfect for it. So much tension and stress, it was l...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Alias told the story of a woman who wakes up on the side of the road not remembering anything, even her name or how she got into the car accident that killed the woman right besides her. We then follow her how sh...

    This book has been a joy to read. Of all the Cari Hunter books on my shelf, this is currently my favourite. The story is an exciting, fast-paced thriller that holds your attention from the first chapter - the writing is sharp, and to the point. If work hadn?t got in the way, I would ...

    Absolutely brilliant! I read this in a day. From the moment the story begins you are sucked in wanting to know who this girl is and what happened to her. It read like I was watching a crime drama, brilliantly written. This is going into my favourites list. ...

    Absolute perfection. A very exciting crime novel that kept me reading on. I hurried so much that I might have missed some elements, but I'll be reading it again, or better yet, listen to the audiobook version. Cari Hunter at her best (she keeps getting better if it's even possible). ...

    There will be no spoilers in this review. I believe people who put spoilers in their reviews should be barred from reading books until they're out for one year (that's the book being out not the reviewer. The latter isn't compulsory). The twists and turns in this story are the beauty o...

  • Manon
    Jul 14, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

    They are books I have to read twice in a row and this is one of those books. First time around, I was so taken by the ambiance, I miss a lot of details. I didn't even noticed the story was written with the present tense. It's perfect for it. So much tension and stress, it was l...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Alias told the story of a woman who wakes up on the side of the road not remembering anything, even her name or how she got into the car accident that killed the woman right besides her. We then follow her how sh...

  • Rosi
    May 25, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

  • Cheryl Shrock
    May 25, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

    They are books I have to read twice in a row and this is one of those books. First time around, I was so taken by the ambiance, I miss a lot of details. I didn't even noticed the story was written with the present tense. It's perfect for it. So much tension and stress, it was l...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Alias told the story of a woman who wakes up on the side of the road not remembering anything, even her name or how she got into the car accident that killed the woman right besides her. We then follow her how sh...

    This book has been a joy to read. Of all the Cari Hunter books on my shelf, this is currently my favourite. The story is an exciting, fast-paced thriller that holds your attention from the first chapter - the writing is sharp, and to the point. If work hadn?t got in the way, I would ...

    Absolutely brilliant! I read this in a day. From the moment the story begins you are sucked in wanting to know who this girl is and what happened to her. It read like I was watching a crime drama, brilliantly written. This is going into my favourites list. ...

    Absolute perfection. A very exciting crime novel that kept me reading on. I hurried so much that I might have missed some elements, but I'll be reading it again, or better yet, listen to the audiobook version. Cari Hunter at her best (she keeps getting better if it's even possible). ...

    There will be no spoilers in this review. I believe people who put spoilers in their reviews should be barred from reading books until they're out for one year (that's the book being out not the reviewer. The latter isn't compulsory). The twists and turns in this story are the beauty o...

    Absolutely awesome audiobook!! It was perfect and I will definitely be listening to it again. ...

    I have read and enjoyed many of this author's previous books and I can't believe she wrote this one. The first and last 10% of the story was very interesting and exciting. But I felt the 80% in between very slow, confusing and basically uninteresting. There is very little story and it ...

  • Netty
    Jun 03, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

  • Diane Wallace
    May 18, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

  • Gaby
    Jun 02, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

  • Dreaming
    May 24, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

    They are books I have to read twice in a row and this is one of those books. First time around, I was so taken by the ambiance, I miss a lot of details. I didn't even noticed the story was written with the present tense. It's perfect for it. So much tension and stress, it was l...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Alias told the story of a woman who wakes up on the side of the road not remembering anything, even her name or how she got into the car accident that killed the woman right besides her. We then follow her how sh...

    This book has been a joy to read. Of all the Cari Hunter books on my shelf, this is currently my favourite. The story is an exciting, fast-paced thriller that holds your attention from the first chapter - the writing is sharp, and to the point. If work hadn?t got in the way, I would ...

    Absolutely brilliant! I read this in a day. From the moment the story begins you are sucked in wanting to know who this girl is and what happened to her. It read like I was watching a crime drama, brilliantly written. This is going into my favourites list. ...

    Absolute perfection. A very exciting crime novel that kept me reading on. I hurried so much that I might have missed some elements, but I'll be reading it again, or better yet, listen to the audiobook version. Cari Hunter at her best (she keeps getting better if it's even possible). ...

  • Corrie
    Jul 30, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

  • Tiff
    May 21, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

  • Lex Kent
    May 14, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

  • Aj Smith
    May 27, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

  • Det. Nidhi
    Jun 11, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

  • Sandra Golz
    Jul 22, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

    They are books I have to read twice in a row and this is one of those books. First time around, I was so taken by the ambiance, I miss a lot of details. I didn't even noticed the story was written with the present tense. It's perfect for it. So much tension and stress, it was l...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Alias told the story of a woman who wakes up on the side of the road not remembering anything, even her name or how she got into the car accident that killed the woman right besides her. We then follow her how sh...

    This book has been a joy to read. Of all the Cari Hunter books on my shelf, this is currently my favourite. The story is an exciting, fast-paced thriller that holds your attention from the first chapter - the writing is sharp, and to the point. If work hadn?t got in the way, I would ...

    Absolutely brilliant! I read this in a day. From the moment the story begins you are sucked in wanting to know who this girl is and what happened to her. It read like I was watching a crime drama, brilliantly written. This is going into my favourites list. ...

    Absolute perfection. A very exciting crime novel that kept me reading on. I hurried so much that I might have missed some elements, but I'll be reading it again, or better yet, listen to the audiobook version. Cari Hunter at her best (she keeps getting better if it's even possible). ...

    There will be no spoilers in this review. I believe people who put spoilers in their reviews should be barred from reading books until they're out for one year (that's the book being out not the reviewer. The latter isn't compulsory). The twists and turns in this story are the beauty o...

    Absolutely awesome audiobook!! It was perfect and I will definitely be listening to it again. ...

    I have read and enjoyed many of this author's previous books and I can't believe she wrote this one. The first and last 10% of the story was very interesting and exciting. But I felt the 80% in between very slow, confusing and basically uninteresting. There is very little story and it ...

    I?ve never read a book by Cari Hunter that I haven't loved and Alias lived up to my high expectations. It became available to me soon after I finished the third of her Dark Peaks trilogy so I was able to fangirl-mode right into it. It is an absolute joy to read Cari Hunter?s bo...

    This is the first book I read of Cari Hunter and I really, really loved it. I always loved a good story about losing your Memory and finding / trying to find it back. And this is no exception. The story is a bit lowpaced but nevertheless engaging. We follow a young women who had a ...

  • Joc
    May 29, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

  • Tinything
    Jun 20, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

  • Lucky Luc
    Jun 10, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

  • Honing Words
    May 24, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' **'The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage..Go deeper into your story than you ever thought possible--and then go deeper still..' Prodigious story! Though certainly a tearjerker, ALIAS is dee...

    4.25 Stars. It?s a Hunter book need I say more? I?ve been impatiently waiting to read this since I heard about it months ago. I?m a Hunter fan and truly believe she is one of the best lesfic crime writers out there. I?m happy to say this was just pure entertainment. A woman...

    It is amazing how this author manages to describe the environments in which her books are developed in such a way that you almost find yourself there. Because the weather play as important a role as any of the characters in their stories. And also she discovers to us the plot gradually...

    Devoured in a day! Amnesia-driven mystery/thriller written in the first person POV. First impressions: loved the mystery, didn't love the romance (what romance???, lol), and not enough Det. Pryce (well, the blurb kinda led me on...so...) The cover though....?!?!?!? might have worke...

    Really really enjoyed this one, fantastic crime story and need I mention the super hot sex scene, she made it quite realistic compared to a lot I read, loved the characters , I don?t read many British books so it?s really nice when I get one in my clutches especially as good as thi...

    ?Alias? was my first Cari Hunter book and I?m really glad I finally got around to her work. It won?t be my last. We open on a woman regaining consciousness after a car accident. With the car on its side, her dead passenger?s arm dangles in front of her. She has no idea who...

    Cari Hunter delivers once again with a crime thriller told from the perspective of an accident victim trying desperately to remember who she is and why she is lying beside a dead woman she doesn't recognize. From the opening chilling scene on a storm-drenched stretch of road in Wales t...

    Cari Hunter gas a new book out, Alias. You don?t need to read further to know that this is a damn good book. It was written by Hunter, a damn good book is guaranteed each time she puts one out? I will expand because this is my review, DUH :), but one thing you can count on is that wh...

    Rebecca wakes up to find herself in a smashed up car with a dead woman. She?s not sure how it happened, where she is or who she is. Detective Bronwen Pryce is first on the scene and once she?s been taken to hospital, Rebecca has a sense she can trust her even though she has an unea...

    Oh wow, what a wild ride this was. I knew of Cari Hunter but never read any of her work. I?m finding out after the fact that she has quite an award-winning pedigree (I?m not surprised) and will make sure to read her back catalogue. I basically inhaled the book in two days, sucke...

    wow. I couldn't put this down. I loved the way it's written through the eyes of Alis-who has amnesia. The first person narrative is quick moving and draws you in right from the beginning...and doesn't let you go. Alis and Pryce are no Sanne and Meg (Dark Peak series)....but I felt th...

    I've loved Cari Hunter's vivid and gritty stories right from her first book Snowbound and somehow she's just got better and better. Her writing style has always made her stand out as one of the best writers in the genre but this, like her Dark Peak Series, also has superior plotting. T...

    I know I?m in the minority but this was just okay for me. I don?t know if it was the lack of knowledge of English cuisine and culture or what I felt was a disjointed climax, but I never did buy in to this one beyond the very promising beginning when she was only known as Rebecca. I...

    Finally! I finished this book. Not that the book was bad. Actually the book was pretty good. It just I had been sooo distracted to the point i had no longer in the mood reading this book any more. And I even forgot some minor characters. I even had to go back to check who was who. ?...

    I have conflicting feelings towards Cari Hunter's books: sometimes her stories are a bit gruesome for my taste. The problem is she's a great writer, probably one of the best mystery authors, and her books are engaging, well written and exciting to read. So I always end up reading them....

    Wow, I'm still slightly baffled by this book but in a really good way. Let me put it this way; I got a free review copy but I've gone and bought it as well, that's how good it is and how many times I anticipate rereading this novel. There was just something about it that got under my s...

    4.5 stars Cari Hunter writes exceedingly good books and this is the best yet. It starts with a literal ?bang? when a car goes off the road in the Welsh hills leaving one woman dead and the other severely injured and suffering amnesia. Who she is and why she is there elude he...

    Whew... what an intense book. Made me feel anxious the entire time reading it. My wife is a huge Hunter fan and she listened to the audiobook while I read the ebook. While I tend to like romance over mystery or crime novels this was really a fantastic read. I couldn't put it down. Make...

    Absolutely bazzin' on audio. Nicki Vincent has outdone herself with this one and I owe her a nice Bara Brith the next time we meet up. I'll bake it myself, though. I'm not a bloody savage. ...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Cari Hunter has recently become a favourite of mine after I came across her Dark Peak series. She writes amazing crime fiction novels. So it was a no brainer for me to read this book. I love the fact that all ...

    They are books I have to read twice in a row and this is one of those books. First time around, I was so taken by the ambiance, I miss a lot of details. I didn't even noticed the story was written with the present tense. It's perfect for it. So much tension and stress, it was l...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Alias told the story of a woman who wakes up on the side of the road not remembering anything, even her name or how she got into the car accident that killed the woman right besides her. We then follow her how sh...

    This book has been a joy to read. Of all the Cari Hunter books on my shelf, this is currently my favourite. The story is an exciting, fast-paced thriller that holds your attention from the first chapter - the writing is sharp, and to the point. If work hadn?t got in the way, I would ...

    Absolutely brilliant! I read this in a day. From the moment the story begins you are sucked in wanting to know who this girl is and what happened to her. It read like I was watching a crime drama, brilliantly written. This is going into my favourites list. ...

    Absolute perfection. A very exciting crime novel that kept me reading on. I hurried so much that I might have missed some elements, but I'll be reading it again, or better yet, listen to the audiobook version. Cari Hunter at her best (she keeps getting better if it's even possible). ...

    There will be no spoilers in this review. I believe people who put spoilers in their reviews should be barred from reading books until they're out for one year (that's the book being out not the reviewer. The latter isn't compulsory). The twists and turns in this story are the beauty o...

    Absolutely awesome audiobook!! It was perfect and I will definitely be listening to it again. ...

    I have read and enjoyed many of this author's previous books and I can't believe she wrote this one. The first and last 10% of the story was very interesting and exciting. But I felt the 80% in between very slow, confusing and basically uninteresting. There is very little story and it ...

    I?ve never read a book by Cari Hunter that I haven't loved and Alias lived up to my high expectations. It became available to me soon after I finished the third of her Dark Peaks trilogy so I was able to fangirl-mode right into it. It is an absolute joy to read Cari Hunter?s bo...