A 2010 Florida Book Award finalist!
One fateful fall evening, as the sun sinks and the darkness expands, wildlife photographer Remington James ventures deep into the river swamp to try out some new equipment and check his camera traps.
While checking his camera traps, scanning the eerie images of overexposed deer and bats and foxes, Remington comes across the most haunting images of his life - the frame-by-frame capture of a shocking crime. By exposing the criminal, Remington has exposed himself to danger, even possible extinction. Hunted like an animal by the predator and his psychotic friends, Remington must do two things: make it through the night and make it to the river? And the odds of doing either are slim to none.
©2009 Michael Lister (P)2012 Michael Lister
"Double Exposure is absolutely riveting! I sat down, plugged in and didn't get up until the last page. With elegiac prose, insightful characterization and a wonderfully ingenious plot, Michael Lister has squeezed every ounce of terror and thrills out of a dark night in the woods." (Michael Connelly, author of The Scarecrow)
"A Hitchcockian thriller. A spellbinding page-turner." (Booklist)
"Lyrical, evocative prose, reminiscent of Cormac McCarthy's The Road." (Panama City News Herald)
Definitely; terrific story and reader...
I could barely drive! I've read and listened to many books of this genre, but this has to top my list of keeping me on the edge of my seat.
Bad guy Gage.
"Think you get the picture? Think again..."
I'm just sorry I waited so long after purchase to listen to it.
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