The first time she spoke to him was at midnight. Seven-year-old Autumn Backman needed a hero. When she saw Special Agent Dillon Savich on TV after he’d brought down bank robbers in a Georgetown bank, she knew she’d found him. She called Savich, but she didn’t use the phone. They were burying dead people in my daddy’s grave . . . they’re coming after us. Please help me. Who’s they? Blessed, he’s coming. Ethan Merriweather, sheriff of Titusville, Virginia, a small mountain town near the Titus Hitch Wilderness, goes looking for a missing little girl. Soon after he finds her, Ethan realizes that Autumn has brought him a huge problem – a relentless madman who has the ability to control others simply by looking at them. And the madman is after her and her mom. It’s Uncle Blessed, and he wants Autumn. When Savich answers Autumn’s call, she tells him Blessed is from Bricker’s Bowl, Georgia. Savich and Sherlock go to Blessed’s home, learn about his brother, Grace, and meet their mother, Shepherd. Savich soon realizes the only way to stop Blessed is to “cut off the snake’s head.” Back in Titusville, Ethan, Autumn, and her mother, Joanna, are forced to hide from Blessed and Grace in the wilderness. Ethan knows the brothers will never give up their insane pursuit for Autumn. It’s a race to stop the madness, or the madness will destroy them all.
If you could begin you full time job at 7:30 a.m. and be completed for the day by 11:00, wouldn't that be a great job? American author, Catherine Coulter has her dream job with just that schedule. She begins every morning at 6:30 a.m. checking and answering her emails, and begins writing at 7:30 a.m. After writing her quota for the day, she finishes at 11:00! Coulter usually plans to write one suspense novel and one historical romance novel each year.
Coulter began her career as a speech writer for an executive on Wall Street while her husband was a medical student. She did a lot of reading herself to fill her time as he studied or was on duty. During one particular reading episode, she got so aggravated by the lack of good writing in the book she was reading, that she threw it across the room. As she did this, she yelled, I could do so much better than that! Her husband said, then go ahead, prove it! Thus began a career that has led her to writing over fifty books, with 42 consecutive novels on the New York Times best seller list. Among them: The Cove, The Maze, The Target, The Edge, Riptide, Knockout, Hemlock Bay, Blindside, and many others in her suspense thriller series.
Coulter currently resides in Marin County, California just across the Golden Gate Bridge, with her husband and their three cats. They enjoy travel, skiing, and she is still a very avid reader.
I have read at least 150 audio books on this service in the past 3 yrs, but this book stands out as one of the lamest Ive come across. I find that about 80 of the books I read are OK or better worth the listen 1618 are very good and 24 are so bad that I dont even finish them. This book falls into the last category. The writing is so inane, it sounds like something a 10 yr old girl would write. The readers are equally romperroomish, reading very slowly with goofy characterizations as if they are reading it to children! The subject matter isnt for children, so I am missing the point. I think the readers were as disgusted with the writing as I was. I could feel my IQ being lowered with every chapter. I didnt make it past Ch 8. Luckily, I still have enough brain capacity to tie my shoes!! Trust me, you should give this one a PASS!
I thought after reading the first post of a person who didntlike this one I went ahead and did order it. I really like this alot Storyline is stramge or different but it just keep me going to listen to more One of these days I am going to listen to it again I love the FBI stories she writes Keep them coming
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