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The bogeyman is real.

In a tunnel deep beneath an Alaskan mountain, a man is brutally murdered.

Just one in a series of grisly deaths, it is not long before whispers grow that the Qalupalik, a terrifying creature born from centuries of superstition and fear, has come to wreak havoc on the small coastal town of Shackleton, Alaska.

With no way to stop the slayings, the town turns to disgraced ex-cop John Decker, hoping he can do what they could not. The assignment, far from his native Louisiana, might be just what Decker needs to put the past behind him. But as the bodies mount and the town grows frantic, Decker realizes that whatever is on the loose is no mere superstition. The bogeyman is real, and it's up to him to stop it.

Cold Sanctuary is part of the John Decker series of novels. However, each book is a stand-alone story and does not require you to have listen to the other books in the series. 

©2016 Anthony M. Strong (P)2020 Anthony M. Strong

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I like this storyline. Love the characters. The narrator left a lot to be desired though. Not the greatest--far too robotic, not to mention his stereotypical, way too theatrical, lead up to climaxes...