The Perfect House (A Jessie Hunt Psychological Suspense Thriller—Book Three) - Blake Pierce

The Perfect House (A Jessie Hunt Psychological Suspense Thriller—Book Three)

By Blake Pierce

  • Release Date: 2019-04-30
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 1,294 Ratings


In THE PERFECT HOUSE (Book #3), criminal profiler Jessie Hunt, 29, fresh from the FBI Academy, returns to find herself hunted by her murderous father, locked in a dangerous game of cat and mouse. Meanwhile, she must race to stop a killer in a new case that leads her deep into suburbia—and to the brink of her own psyche. The key to her survival, she realizes, lies in deciphering her past—a past she never wanted to face again.

A fast-paced psychological suspense thriller with unforgettable characters and heart-pounding suspense, THE PERFECT HOUSE is book #3 in a riveting new series that will leave you turning pages late into the night.

Books #4-#24 are also available!


  • I can’t stop reading

    By Jansglad86
    Every time I start a new book in this series I can’t put it down! Highly recommend for anyone with an interest in psychological thrillers!
  • Repetitious

    By 12453678
    It seems like the story line is too much like the story line in other series. The lack of proof reading is always a problem in this authors writing. Still it keeps me coming back for more. PLEASE HIRE A NEW EDITOR!!!
  • Aww Man

    By TBee444
    I’m such a huge fan of Blake Pierce but this book was disappointing. It was incredibly predictable. The explosion at the main character’s apartment is where it went downhill. Too unrealistic and rushed.
  • Third in the Perfect series

    By Indeed sleep
    Couldn’t put it down, lots of twists and turns to keep you entertained.
  • Disappointed

    By Jen Alderman
    A little disappointed in this book. Plenty of typos and the ending was way too similar to the second book (the perfect block)
  • Exciting!

    By Judles66
    Fun read!!!!....couldn’t put it down!!!
  • Too obvious

    By aledepucci
    No much mystery and originality here, is pretty much the same over and over again in each of this books... this is the last I read. Wouldn’t recommended
  • It only gets better!!

    By U'i Wahine💙
    This third book keeps you reading & wanting to figure out what will happen to Jessie! Keeps me up late reading! I recommend this book! Off to read the next one....
  • Good book, poor editing

    By whozon1st
    Once again, the story is compelling but the grammatical errors, misspellings, and sentence convolutions distract. It bothers the heck out of me. This, more than anything, is why it’s not 5 stars.
  • This book was bad but the author has better ones

    By Creativmindset
    This was a chore to read. Not including the grammatical errors, the plot was jumbled and predictable— predictable can be fine if you enjoy the journey, but for some reason I just couldn’t connect with it. The main character, in the previous installments, is pretty bland— her personality is trauma, and the narrator will not forget to remind you of it consistently. Her point of view is filled with worries, snap judgments, and superiority complex due to her intuition— interjected with thoughts about her detective partner. In the past books I was able to overlook this because I liked the authors’ writing style at times and they were easy reads. This was not. This book had two main storylines and both were uninteresting— the carryover storyline led nowhere and provided little headway/interesting or new info about her or her father’s past, just reinforced the impenetrable psycho stereotype. The second storyline is so forgettable and also insulting— this is the third time the main character had the final run-in with the killer, going in to the encounter under lax or unassuming pretenses. SO DUMB. I’m tired and not even quarantine will bore me enough to read more from this series.