In Crimson Summer, a bloody gang massacre is found in the Florida Everglades. It sounds like a typical Florida day until a small red horse is found in a pool of blood.
Florida Special Agent Amy and her boyfriend, FBI Special Agent Hunter, are put on the case because of a previous run-in with an apocalyptic cult that used the same toy horse but one white in color. Can they find the mastermind behind this act before it triggers a gang war?
I enjoyed the plot and especially the characters. However, I would have liked it much more if I had read the first in the series, Danger in Numbers. This book only briefly outlines that book while also simultaneously ruining any surprises within it. There are two more books planned (for the third and fourth horseman of the apocalypse). If you haven’t read the first in the series, Crimson Summer is good but somewhat confusing. 4 stars!
Thanks to MIRA and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.