Review: Wrecker Dave Conifer

Wrecker by Dave Conifer

A good thriller and a fast read, definitely an all-niter. Looking for more from this author. Reminiscent of Dean Koontz suspense writing.  Dave Conifer delivers an edge of seat thriller.

Book Discription:   Jane thought a loveless marriage was as bad as it could get.

Steve thought life was perfect with a hired man to do his chores.
They were both wrong.
Jane Havelock is coping a day at a time in a bad marriage when her husband Steve hires handyman Rob Manteo for a never-ending series of odd jobs around the house. At first Jane is repulsed by Manteo, a huge, muscular man with primitive communication skills. But revulsion reluctantly gives way to curiosity and even fascination as loneliness drives her into a precarious friendship with Manteo. He’s morose and mysterious, but there’s definitely more to him than meets the eye.
As her marriage and her husband’s career crumble around her, Jane digs into Manteo’s past and uncovers a horrible secret. She knows now that it was more than chance that brought Manteo into their world, but it may be too late.
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