As a globe-trotting freelance photographer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Lori Finning has seen just about everything. But when she lands an assignment on the barren, snow-swept island of Newfoundland, she finds herself in harsh and unfamiliar territory.
During the long, dreary winters in the isolated fishing community of Stormy Cove, gossiping is the primary pastime. So Lori is surprised when she learns of a crime the locals have spent twenty years not talking about: the strange, unsolved murder of a teenage girl. As she delves deeper into the village's past, she'll discover dark family secrets, unexplained crimes, and an undeniable attraction to Noah, a taciturn local fisherman who just might hold all the answers.
©2015 Bernadette Calonego (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Translation © 2016 Gerald Chapple.
don't hesitate to get this audio. it's filled with graphic descriptions that make you feel as if you ate watching a movie.
the story was way too long and got board with it, but I finished it
"If you need help sleeping this is the book for you"
This book is dull, plan and simple. Kept listening think it must get better, but it was just boring from start to finish. The main female character is really annoying as well and really started to grate on me by about halfway through the story. Narrator is okay but not great - are Newfoundlander's supposed to sound Irish? All in all it's not great and I really wish I hadn't wasted a credit on it.
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