Deep in the Arizona desert live a girl and her dad, burying secrets - and bodies.
Mesa Kingston's first memory of burying a corpse was at eight years old. Back then it had been the carcass of a large lizard her dad found that they buried in the backyard of their isolated cottage. At age 14, the body of a young lady accompanied the reptile's remains, and ever since, an accumulation of female bodies began to grow. Now, the only way Mesa can stop the haunting screams of the dead is by drowning them out with flames. Or is there more to the blaze than even she can perceive?
©2015 L.L. Sanders (P)2015 L.L. Sanders
Loving the aspect of the story from a suppressed memory point of view. However a strong reality check. Makes you just want to hug Mesa an hold her an tell her everything will be alright. This story had me hooked from first word. So sad it was just a short story lol. Yet it just shows how talented the Author is. Thank you for sharing this amazing story.
At first I enjoyed the story. Seemed well-written. But as it went further on, it became gut-wrenching. I cannot recommend this audiobook to anyone but the most hardcore fans of Angel Clark. She was the only long-term saving grace of that ordeal.
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