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In the wilds of Alaska, someone sinister is hunting....

Alexandra Collister came to her estranged cousins' B and B in Falls Lake, Alaska, looking for a fresh start. The surrounding forest can be harsh and unforgiving - luckily, rugged wilderness tracker Quinn Mantell offers to be her guide. Still recovering from a toxic previous relationship, Alex is wary of getting too close, but when savagely deep claw marks appear outside her bedroom window, keeping her distance from Quinn is no longer an option.

Then a body turns up exhibiting the same ruthless slash marks, and Alex knows it isn't a coincidence. Something sinister is lurking in the woods around Falls Lake, turning Alex’s fresh start into a brutal game of survival. The murky veil of forest offers more threats than answers. Can Alex and Quinn find the killer before darkness falls for good?

©2020 Karen Harper (P)2020 HarperAudio

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  • Becky Barker
  • 02-05-2020

Prefect for me

It was just what I needed in an audio book. Not scary suspense, but kept me guessing until the very end. Great descriptions of Alaska, too.

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  • Obiewanone
  • 05-06-2021

Characters whines

Great story behind all the whining and flashbacks to a twin that was lost in the womb

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  • watoco
  • 31-12-2020

Irritated

I found myself getting irritated with this story. The reader actually ruined some scenes. I wanted to like this book. For some parts I would actually roll my eyes. He was so worried about her he left her and went to New York, I wonder what’s going to happen while he’s gone.... She is so terrified that she left her phone and her purse at home..,., Just irritating. I was going to get book 2 and see if it got better but it’s read by same narrator. So I may buy and read the book myself if it’s super cheap.

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  • Mary Perry
  • 06-05-2020

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The narrator was bad in my opinion I have ever Otero books when narrator kept you interested. this book was boring I only finished it, because I hate to waste my money. probably will not buy another ook with tissue narrators.

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  • Ioana
  • 17-01-2021

Not for me

Most of the other reviewers complained about the narrator but in my opinion she wasn't that bad...just average. A narrator can only do so much with a badly written book. And this one was bad. Harsh, but fair I think.

The plot was very disjointed, far fetched and at times it just didn't make sense. The characters lacked depth, there was just not enough there about any of them to allow the reader to connect. It feels like the author was more concerned with setting up a new series than give the plot and main characters in this one book the attention they need. She tried to introduce some sensitive topics such as family loss and survivors guilt but it felt forced and out of place. There was so much repetition of these themes that it became tiresome. The book could have been literally half the length if the editors did their job properly.

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