Another nightmare, in the woods this time. Different: She was running. Trying to escape. But the same ending. Always the same ending. Another dead girl….
Emma Rayburn was born and raised in Baron Hollow, North Carolina. It was a quiet life, then came the accident … and the nightmares - each filled with unshakable visions of darkness, blind panic, and desperate women chased toward inevitable death. With no reports of local women missing or found dead, Emma has written it off to troubled imaginings - night after dreaded night. Until her sister arrives.
Jessie Rayburn, a psychic investigator for a firm called Haven, has been estranged from Emma for years. Unresolved issues from Jessie’s past have not only kept them apart but have been clouding Jessie’s unique abilities. A return to her hometown to face a dark and violent incident from years gone by is her chance to regain them. But reconciliation with the past comes with a price. Few people in Baron Hollow are welcoming Jessie back. No one dares to breathe a word. And in this conspiracy of silence, Emma’s nightmares are becoming more vivid than ever.
Even with the help of Noah Bishop, head of the FBI Special Crimes Unit and cofounder of Haven, Jessie and Emma soon find themselves outnumbered by the secrets buried in Baron Hollow - and outrunning an evil that has been festering for years, one that’s targeting Jessie and Emma one last time.
©2012 Kay Hooper (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I've recently returned from living and working in Alaska. I, my beautiful two dogs, and wonderful three cats travelled together.
I always enjoy the Bishop Special Crimes Unit novels; or before the Special Crimes Unit, the Bishop FBI stories. Like fine wine they only improve with age. If you like this genre, they are never disappointing.
An entertaining reading.
I hadn't heard Joyce Bean before but really enjoyed her voice and tones.
Yes, it was sometimes challenging to find a part to stop at.
Interesting story with fun, likeable characters.
Kay Hooper always keeps me on the edge of my seat - and this one really surprised me!! Joyce Bean did an excellent job narrating and I'll look for her again.
I have 2 wonderful children. I love being a stay at home Mom. I'm so blessed that I get to participate in all their school activities. :)
Different kind of mystery, but very good.
Kept you on the edge of your seat.
Love Joyce Bean as a narrator....wish she did more.
I have read her entire Bishop series and love the books. Great stories, interesting point of view, enough suspense and danger, and a little love all thrown into one.
Yes, Kay always has me wanting to flip to the end of the book to make sure it turns out okay, so I tend to not be able to put the book down. Listening to it made it easier for me to get through it even quicker!
Joyce does a good job changing voices for different characters.
Yes, there is a major plot twist-that's all I'm going to say!
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