• Bloody Backwater

  • By: Greg Hansen
  • Narrated by: Alan Bruun
  • Length: 46 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Jack Coletree is a serial killer. Tina Jean Plumb is a serial killer. After unusual circumstances - very unusual circumstances - bring them together, the bodies start piling up in the backwater town of Trident, Texas. 

When Tina decides to get out of town and start a new life, she has to decide who she can trust. It turns out that the obvious answer isn’t always the right answer. 

Author notes: The plot of this story has more twists than a corkscrew. You will not be able to figure out the ending until…well…the ending. There are also a lot of hardened criminals in this story, so it makes ample use of profanity. 

©2020 Gregory A. Hansen (P)2021 Gregory A. Hansen

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  • Debbie McLean
  • 03-06-21

brilliant

what a brilliant audiobook from the pen of Greg Hanson and narrated by Alan Bruun