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ASIN moved from less recent edition here A new reign of terror has fallen on the unsuspecting residents of Cocoa Beach. They think their worst nightmare is the environmental catastrophe causing the thousands of dead fish in the river until the first body turns up among the dead fish. Young girls are being kidnapped. Behind these kidnappings stands a ghostly person who calls h ASIN moved from less recent edition here A new reign of terror has fallen on the unsuspecting residents of Cocoa Beach. They think their worst nightmare is the environmental catastrophe causing the thousands of dead fish in the river until the first body turns up among the dead fish. Young girls are being kidnapped. Behind these kidnappings stands a ghostly person who calls himself the Boxer. He stalks the girls and chats with them until he decides whom to pick up and sell. Mary Mills’ personal life is in chaos. She is trying to balance being a divorced mother and dealing with the presence of her ex-husband’s new girlfriend in her - and especially her son’s, life. Mary gets on the trail of the disappearing daughters, and when she finally thinks she has it all figured out, it becomes clear that nothing is what it seems. Before she knows it; she is the one who desperately needs the help from her old friends. Every bit as pulse-pounding as her other books You Can’t Hide, delivers further proof that Willow Rose is the most addictive mystery writer around. Meanwhile Mary’s brother Blake is preparing an attack on her and before she knows it, she is the one who desperately needs the help from her friends in the 7th Street Crew.


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ASIN moved from less recent edition here A new reign of terror has fallen on the unsuspecting residents of Cocoa Beach. They think their worst nightmare is the environmental catastrophe causing the thousands of dead fish in the river until the first body turns up among the dead fish. Young girls are being kidnapped. Behind these kidnappings stands a ghostly person who calls h ASIN moved from less recent edition here A new reign of terror has fallen on the unsuspecting residents of Cocoa Beach. They think their worst nightmare is the environmental catastrophe causing the thousands of dead fish in the river until the first body turns up among the dead fish. Young girls are being kidnapped. Behind these kidnappings stands a ghostly person who calls himself the Boxer. He stalks the girls and chats with them until he decides whom to pick up and sell. Mary Mills’ personal life is in chaos. She is trying to balance being a divorced mother and dealing with the presence of her ex-husband’s new girlfriend in her - and especially her son’s, life. Mary gets on the trail of the disappearing daughters, and when she finally thinks she has it all figured out, it becomes clear that nothing is what it seems. Before she knows it; she is the one who desperately needs the help from her old friends. Every bit as pulse-pounding as her other books You Can’t Hide, delivers further proof that Willow Rose is the most addictive mystery writer around. Meanwhile Mary’s brother Blake is preparing an attack on her and before she knows it, she is the one who desperately needs the help from her friends in the 7th Street Crew.

30 review for You Can't Hide

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jess Kissir

    It was another good read by Willow Rose. My only complaint is (with all of her books) the ending comes really fast and is short. I'm not complaining, because she is an amazing storyteller. It just happens so fast. I love the intertwining stories that make the story complete. I won't give any spoilers, just enjoy!! It was another good read by Willow Rose. My only complaint is (with all of her books) the ending comes really fast and is short. I'm not complaining, because she is an amazing storyteller. It just happens so fast. I love the intertwining stories that make the story complete. I won't give any spoilers, just enjoy!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pam K.

    From the very beginning, the author has your attention. What would you do as a mother, if you noticed a stranger paying SPECIAL attention to your little girl? This is what Maria is faced with. Someone is abducting single mothers and their teenage daughters in Cocoa Beach. Mary Mills is alerted to this when her friend Danny's daughter goes missing. Why do they want them and what are they doing to them. We are back to the drama of the life of Mary Mills. Her ex-husband Joey has a new girlfriend, her From the very beginning, the author has your attention. What would you do as a mother, if you noticed a stranger paying SPECIAL attention to your little girl? This is what Maria is faced with. Someone is abducting single mothers and their teenage daughters in Cocoa Beach. Mary Mills is alerted to this when her friend Danny's daughter goes missing. Why do they want them and what are they doing to them. We are back to the drama of the life of Mary Mills. Her ex-husband Joey has a new girlfriend, her son Salter is growing up and separating from her, and her friends all have problems of their own. Of course we cannot forget about Blake, Mary's fugitive brother. We know he wants to hurt Mary, but how does he plan to do it. We meet Boxer in this book. He has issues with a addicted brother. And also Danh, a Vietnamese refugee, and his voyage from a wartorn Vietnam. His brother, Bao, and his sister, Long, are with him. The ending has a bit of a twist. I found this to be the most riveting plot of the series so far.

  3. 5 out of 5

    TE

    You Can't Hide is mostly about every parent's worst nightmare--on steroids. Poor Mary just can't catch a break. I enjoy how Ms Rose's books always have at least 2 or 3 plot lines going on at the same time. I have no problem following along and it means I never have a chance to get bored. I also like that this series has a main group of characters and we get to delve into their lives a little more with each book. It's kind of like getting a mystery, thriller and soap all in one. lol. The main dif You Can't Hide is mostly about every parent's worst nightmare--on steroids. Poor Mary just can't catch a break. I enjoy how Ms Rose's books always have at least 2 or 3 plot lines going on at the same time. I have no problem following along and it means I never have a chance to get bored. I also like that this series has a main group of characters and we get to delve into their lives a little more with each book. It's kind of like getting a mystery, thriller and soap all in one. lol. The main difference with this book is that it ends with a fairly major cliffhanger. I don't usually care for cliffhangers but seeing as how I had already intended to read the whole series, I'm okay with it this time. Good read. For those who want to know: This one has language and violence. 18+ for mature themes.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Louise Pledge

    Dragging this morning after spending a large part of my night reading this. Like most of Willow Rose's books, it's not easy to put down when you know something exciting is going to happen in the coming chapters (I also love the shorter chapters). There are two separate stories, one in present day America, the other in Vietnam at wartime. Wondering how they were going to coincide, I was pleased with the manner in which they did. Horrifying enough as it was to Mary Mills that mothers and their dau Dragging this morning after spending a large part of my night reading this. Like most of Willow Rose's books, it's not easy to put down when you know something exciting is going to happen in the coming chapters (I also love the shorter chapters). There are two separate stories, one in present day America, the other in Vietnam at wartime. Wondering how they were going to coincide, I was pleased with the manner in which they did. Horrifying enough as it was to Mary Mills that mothers and their daughters were coming up missing in her town, even worse was the disappearance of her own son. And at the end of the book, he still hadn't been found, so now I am looking forward to the next one in the series.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Annette

    Life goes on for Mary in this continuing 7th Street Crew series. Her dad's house has been rebuilt, she is living in it with her son, Salter and still eating - I think if I ever quit this series it will be because of Mary's eating disorder lol. While out shopping with Marcia, they see Danny with a very young girl that appears intoxicated. The next thing Mary knows she is bailing Danny out of of jail, single mothers and daughters are missing, and her own son has been taken. Mary and Chloe are work Life goes on for Mary in this continuing 7th Street Crew series. Her dad's house has been rebuilt, she is living in it with her son, Salter and still eating - I think if I ever quit this series it will be because of Mary's eating disorder lol. While out shopping with Marcia, they see Danny with a very young girl that appears intoxicated. The next thing Mary knows she is bailing Danny out of of jail, single mothers and daughters are missing, and her own son has been taken. Mary and Chloe are working together to try and solve the puzzle while searching for Mary's son. It all comes together in a way that will surprise you.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Silk

    "Be Prepared To Be Afraid" A serial killer is on the loose. Mothers and their daughters are being kidnapped. They are being bought and sold as slaves. Behind this is a man who calls himself Boxer. Human trafficking has come to peaceful Cocoa Beach, where more bodies are being found. Mary Mills soon gets on the trail while her evil brother, Blake, is preparing to attack her. She's the only one standing who can take his freedom away. She seeks help from her 7th Street Crew. This is a mind-blowing t "Be Prepared To Be Afraid" A serial killer is on the loose. Mothers and their daughters are being kidnapped. They are being bought and sold as slaves. Behind this is a man who calls himself Boxer. Human trafficking has come to peaceful Cocoa Beach, where more bodies are being found. Mary Mills soon gets on the trail while her evil brother, Blake, is preparing to attack her. She's the only one standing who can take his freedom away. She seeks help from her 7th Street Crew. This is a mind-blowing thriller I refused to put down. The whole series is awesome. It's also interesting as to where Willow Rose gets her ideas, basically from facts. She's awesomely knowledgeable!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Darren

    willow does not disappoint! suspenseful, thrilling, drama filled, and extremely exciting! These are some of the things that are waiting for you when you read this book. Just like most of willows Siri‘s, Each book seems to be better than the previous. Mary is once again in the middle of a murder investigation, however, she is also faced with a extremely serious, and terrifying life situation! Mary is dealing with something that no one else would want to deal with! Willow, as she does in most of he willow does not disappoint! suspenseful, thrilling, drama filled, and extremely exciting! These are some of the things that are waiting for you when you read this book. Just like most of willows Siri‘s, Each book seems to be better than the previous. Mary is once again in the middle of a murder investigation, however, she is also faced with a extremely serious, and terrifying life situation! Mary is dealing with something that no one else would want to deal with! Willow, as she does in most of her books, takes a little bit of truth and does an excellent job of putting it right in your face!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bettyboop

    Willow Rose has another goodread. I do believe Mary has a ‘sixth sense’ that leads her to the real perpetrators since she has been the catalyst in each book. This book also makes her a victim, Salter goes missing! ‘You Can’t Hide’ title could refer to Blake, Mary’s brother running and hiding from a murder charge, except he’s back hiding nearby or the game a psychotic man plays that will knock your socks off; where’s Salter. Find the answers in this book and you’ll be reading a well written storyl Willow Rose has another goodread. I do believe Mary has a ‘sixth sense’ that leads her to the real perpetrators since she has been the catalyst in each book. This book also makes her a victim, Salter goes missing! ‘You Can’t Hide’ title could refer to Blake, Mary’s brother running and hiding from a murder charge, except he’s back hiding nearby or the game a psychotic man plays that will knock your socks off; where’s Salter. Find the answers in this book and you’ll be reading a well written storyline pulling separate characters together in an intriguing plot.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Megan Pace

    More Twists and Turns I hesitated with the rating because I feel like it should probably get 4.5 stars. I just wasn’t able to get into this book as quickly as the other three so that’s the reason for then four stars. Still, it was full of twists and unexpected turns like the first two. I was surprised that there wasn’t as much of a focus on Mary’s brother, Blake, but I think it’s safe to assume that their conflict is going to come to a head in book four. I’m excited to start that one next!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Jenkins Ortiz Cerrillo

    You Can't Hide is yet another great novel by Willow Rose and a wonderful addition to The Seventh Street Crew Series. Mary Mills and Cocoa Beach, Florida always have series of terrible events going on at the same time. Cocoa Beach has an environmental catastrophe going on that is causing thousands of dead fish in the river which is of concern enough until the first dead body is found. Youngs girls in the area are disappearing. Mary's personal life is in upheaval. She's trying to balance being a si You Can't Hide is yet another great novel by Willow Rose and a wonderful addition to The Seventh Street Crew Series. Mary Mills and Cocoa Beach, Florida always have series of terrible events going on at the same time. Cocoa Beach has an environmental catastrophe going on that is causing thousands of dead fish in the river which is of concern enough until the first dead body is found. Youngs girls in the area are disappearing. Mary's personal life is in upheaval. She's trying to balance being a single mother and her ex having a new girlfriend when Mary's brother Blake becomes a threat. Mary needs her friends, The Seventh Street Crew more than ever. Great read, I'm never disappointed in a Willow Rose Book!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nora

    Wow, talk about a thriller with lots of twists and turns Hard to believe things like this actually happened out there in the world today. You can't be too careful with anybody. Even though I don't like the back and forth time frames throughout the book I could not believe who dr. Seuss was. Talk about a game changer! I was not very happy with the way this story ended though because Salter is still missing and my heart breaks for Mary and Joey but I am sure Blake will get caught and Salter will be Wow, talk about a thriller with lots of twists and turns Hard to believe things like this actually happened out there in the world today. You can't be too careful with anybody. Even though I don't like the back and forth time frames throughout the book I could not believe who dr. Seuss was. Talk about a game changer! I was not very happy with the way this story ended though because Salter is still missing and my heart breaks for Mary and Joey but I am sure Blake will get caught and Salter will be found safe and sound. Now I just have to find the next book and keep reading!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Claudia

    A very entertaining book, with two storylines going on at the same time, two timelines and waaaaaaaaaay too many characters, so it can get a little frustrating when you can't match up the characters we see in the past with the ones on the present. But the story really holds your attention, and I liked how everything made sense at the end. Yes, even the dead fishes :P The cliffhanger? Not so much... But I liked Kendra Lee's narration a lot, so that's a plus. I'll be reading/listening to the next boo A very entertaining book, with two storylines going on at the same time, two timelines and waaaaaaaaaay too many characters, so it can get a little frustrating when you can't match up the characters we see in the past with the ones on the present. But the story really holds your attention, and I liked how everything made sense at the end. Yes, even the dead fishes :P The cliffhanger? Not so much... But I liked Kendra Lee's narration a lot, so that's a plus. I'll be reading/listening to the next book in this series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tonya Lucas

    Young girls and women are being auctioned off to the highest bidder. They come from other countries with the impression they will be models or somewhere in this kind of work. But this is not their destiny. Even young mothers and their daughters here in America’s streets are approached and taken. Sex trafficking is the name of the game and it just keeps growing. This was a gripping book, one that had me cringing the entire time. Willow Rose can certainly write horror suspense, like no other author I’ Young girls and women are being auctioned off to the highest bidder. They come from other countries with the impression they will be models or somewhere in this kind of work. But this is not their destiny. Even young mothers and their daughters here in America’s streets are approached and taken. Sex trafficking is the name of the game and it just keeps growing. This was a gripping book, one that had me cringing the entire time. Willow Rose can certainly write horror suspense, like no other author I’ve read.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Vivian

    Non-stop action! Willow Rose is a beast! Mary Mills has to juggle between her work, her home and her family. Sound familiar? Difference being, she has a serial killer brother that’s on a rampage and can’t be found, dearest friends are plotting to take down a ring of pedophiles who are selling young girls for sex and her young son doesn’t want to live with her anymore. Meanwhile her worst nightmare has come true. That’s not your average juggle.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

    NEVER GIVE UP Wars have done terrible things to people that is worse than death. You will read how it affected two people. They gave up on life and began destroying other lives. However, those who were affected did not give up on searching for the evil ones. Never give up the fight against the evil in our world

  16. 5 out of 5

    Patty

    Great book Another homerun for Ms. Rose. I like how a lot of her stories are based around true facts. Human trafficking is a world wide epidemic and I honestly don't know how we can stop it. Make people aware and be more alert to noticing trouble. Moniter kids internet use closely. All of this is talked about in this book. Great book Another homerun for Ms. Rose. I like how a lot of her stories are based around true facts. Human trafficking is a world wide epidemic and I honestly don't know how we can stop it. Make people aware and be more alert to noticing trouble. Moniter kids internet use closely. All of this is talked about in this book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Joyce Westmoreland

    From the beginning of You Can't Hide to the last page this book is riveting. I couldn't put it down. So much happened Book 3 of the Mary Mills as the stories of these characters became known and entertwined. This book is face paced and scary. The end as usual was a shock. I can't wait to read more books by Willow Rose. From the beginning of You Can't Hide to the last page this book is riveting. I couldn't put it down. So much happened Book 3 of the Mary Mills as the stories of these characters became known and entertwined. This book is face paced and scary. The end as usual was a shock. I can't wait to read more books by Willow Rose.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dr. Pj Forrest

    Good Series This is a really good series. Every book has been enthralling. The characters are terrific and the plots are twisty. The author uses a technique where random chapters are about different characters in the past. Then in the end she fits it all together like a completed jigsaw puzzle. Very consuming and enjoyable.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Norma Ann

    You Can’t Hide was very good. I enjoyed reading this book but not as much as the previous ones in the series. I guess I didn’t like the subject matter of human trafficking. Not crazy about Joey and Jackie either. Miss Bonnie and Clyde with Snowflake interaction. Not as intriguing either.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Debra Mirs

    Keeps you on your toes and guessing how all is connected!! Very fast-paced! Another book you won't put down until done! Again, Mary Mills unlocks trouble version serious trouble is going to find her! Mary needs Chloe 's help to find out what's happening to single moms and their daughters. You will NEVER guess the villain in this one. A super page turner for sure! Keeps you on your toes and guessing how all is connected!! Very fast-paced! Another book you won't put down until done! Again, Mary Mills unlocks trouble version serious trouble is going to find her! Mary needs Chloe 's help to find out what's happening to single moms and their daughters. You will NEVER guess the villain in this one. A super page turner for sure!

  21. 5 out of 5

    dollie ledford

    Another great book This was a scary and thoughtful book. So much could really happen in our society today, and does happen. It was interesting and suspenseful....a wonderful author that Miss Rose.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sherry

    I CAN NOT WAIT UNTIL I CAN AFFORD TO GET THE 4th BOOK!!!!! AWESOME SERIES!!!!! I COULDN'T PUT THE BOOKS DOWN... I STAYED UP FOR 24 HOURS BECAUSE I HAD TO SEE WHAT CAME NEXT!!!!!! What happens to Salt?????? I Need to KNOW!!!!! I CAN NOT WAIT UNTIL I CAN AFFORD TO GET THE 4th BOOK!!!!! AWESOME SERIES!!!!! I COULDN'T PUT THE BOOKS DOWN... I STAYED UP FOR 24 HOURS BECAUSE I HAD TO SEE WHAT CAME NEXT!!!!!! What happens to Salt?????? I Need to KNOW!!!!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    This book confused me because of the switching back and forth to each character on every new chapter. And the cliffhanger too. But since it all came together at the end I guess it was ok.guess I have to read the next one to find out what happens.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Cherie

    Great sequel I really liked the continuing story. The characters became even more real and the hero and heroine more dear, the villains more hated. I will read more from this author and this series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    LaTasha

    Good Friends I love how Willow brings each character together with little twists and turns. Keeps the mind wondering yet ready for more. And this group of friends is AMAZING... true friendship is hard to find and keep. Cheers to the 7th Street Crew

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kdcontorno

    I was provided a free copy of this book to read. It is a different style than I can't remember reading before. Interesting, and by the end the story was cohesive. Do recommend this read, but subject matter is definitely adult. I was provided a free copy of this book to read. It is a different style than I can't remember reading before. Interesting, and by the end the story was cohesive. Do recommend this read, but subject matter is definitely adult.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Carol Francis

    A good read but not up to the standard previous books have set. Didn't seem to be the same development of the bookstores. Also disappointed that one plot line is left unanswered and one major character's fate is left hanging A good read but not up to the standard previous books have set. Didn't seem to be the same development of the bookstores. Also disappointed that one plot line is left unanswered and one major character's fate is left hanging

  28. 5 out of 5

    Angel

    Never disappoint Willow never ever disappoint. With this book she brings all her writing skills in. A roller coaster ride thriller. Can't wait to find out what happens with her son. Awsome Awsome read. Never disappoint Willow never ever disappoint. With this book she brings all her writing skills in. A roller coaster ride thriller. Can't wait to find out what happens with her son. Awsome Awsome read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Joan Jean

    Thoughts on yoy I usually love Miss Rose books just quirky enough to keep you interested. This one was hard to follow . Two different stories going on at same time., Several characters in the book to keep up with. Not one of my favorite books that she has written.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bookish Heidi

    Every moms worst nightmare Having been a single mom for 10 years, this one struck a terrifying chord with me. I've always been paranoid when it comes to my oldest daughter and creepy stories like this are the reason why... Every moms worst nightmare Having been a single mom for 10 years, this one struck a terrifying chord with me. I've always been paranoid when it comes to my oldest daughter and creepy stories like this are the reason why...

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