Hidden Crime - W.L. Knightly

Hidden Crime

By W.L. Knightly

  • Release Date: 2019-03-28
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 76 Ratings)


Now that Detective Jake Thomas knows the Hangman's true identity, he's on the path to wrapping up the case, but when a revelation about Jo's family makes waves between them, will they be able to see eye to eye and make it happen, or will the truth put obstacles in their way?

When Kyle Young comes to town with an agenda of his own, it puts him straight in the Hangman's sights. Will the Hangman's revenge plot go as planned, or will he find himself with some unhealthy competition?


  • Psychological and Emotional

    By katelynnt
    Now that we know who the Hangman is, we are stuck between grieving with him, and, honestly, rooting for him a little bit, and horror at what this man is truly capable of. Is the villain a bad guy? Are the good guys really heroes? And can Jake keep his foot out of his mouth for more that two sentences when it comes to Jo?
  • More please!

    By _kk_20
    Now that detectives Jake and Jo know the Hangman’s identity will they be able to stop him before he kills someone else? What about the attraction between them? Will they finally act on it? This whole series keeps my on my toes from the first page with every book! I love all characters and storyline! I have a hunch about how it will all end but we’ll see if I’m right. I’m so glad we’ll get more books in this series! Can’t wait for the next one! I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
  • Hidden Crime

    By Qab854
    Suspense, twists and turns, drama and so much more. This starts off where the last one ended and we get to know more about the Hangman, the detectives and the shady individuals on the Hangman's list. This was well written, kept me on the edge of my seat and has amazing characters. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
  • Decent Read

    By AM Kipp
    The trilogy is turning into a sextet as things get crazier in Washington. In part three of The Hangman series, more is revealed. Things are getting more complicated. And more bodies are turning up. Meanwhile, Jo and Jake are dealing with the stress of the case, coupled with emotions both of them would rather not feel. Especially since it hinders the work. This one was a little bit more dramatic than the first two, in regards to all that was happening. A tiny bit distracting, but there is a point to it. A lot of the major players have come into the light, and it’s getting more interesting to see how the Hangman intends to play everything out. And if Jo and Jake will catch him before he finishes his game. In full disclosure, I read this as an ARC in exchange for an honest review