Peretti’s New York Times best-selling novel where things that go bump in the night are only a heartbeat away.
Miles away from the hectic city, Reed and Rebecca hike into the beautiful Northwester woods. They are surrounded by gorgeous mountains, waterfalls, and hundreds of acres of unspoiled wilderness.
During their first night of camping, an unearthly wail pierces the calm of the forest. Then someone - no, something - emerges from the dense woods and begins pursuing them. Everything that follows is a blur to Reed - except for the unforgettable image of a huge creature carrying his wife into the darkness.
Enter into deep wilderness where the rules of civilization no longer apply. A world where strange shadows lurk. Where creatures long attributed to overactive imaginations and nightmares are the hunters...and people are the hunted.
“Colleen Coble always raises the notch on romantic suspense, and One Little Lie is my favorite yet! The story took me on a wild and wonderful ride.” (Diann Mills, best-selling author)
Full length, standalone novel
Includes discussion questions for book clubs
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- Amber Plowman
frank did it agian. kept me asking now what. love this story. it was a very short book I thought but kept me listening and on the edge of my seat.
The narrator was great and gave life to the story. The book kept you on you toes .
It's really funny when I listen to the characters talk to each other. The conversations rarely feel genuine unless its the sheriff. The sheriff talks like a sheriff. I had a hard time with the other characters, liking or disliking them... believing them at all. I am going to say it might be because this is abridged. Other than that.... I would be happy if most of the people in this book get eaten.
Still, its an average to below-average listen.