For 13 years, Gray has avoided Echo Falls and his hellish childhood memories of the small town. But when his childhood love, Abbie, needs his protection from a maniacal killer, Gray puts his past behind him and rushes to her side. He's not a scared young child victimized by bullies anymore. Now, he's a hero on a mission to keep Abbie alive and make her his own. A well-developed plot and a highly emotional story make Sylvie Kurtz's Eye of a Hunter (3) an enjoyable read. But Gray's constant mental rehashing of his childhood trauma is a bit tiresome.
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mitchell