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A masterful, heart-palpitating novel of small-town horror and psychological dread from a Bram Stoker nominee.

Aaron Decker's life changes one December morning when his wife, Allison, is killed. Haunted by her absence - and her ghost - Aaron goes through her belongings, where he finds a receipt for a motel room in another part of the country. Piloted by grief and an increasing sense of curiosity, Aaron embarks on a journey to discover what Allison had been doing in the weeks prior to her death.

Yet Aaron is unprepared to discover the dark secrets Allison kept, the death and horror that make up the tapestry of her hidden life. And with each dark secret revealed, Aaron becomes more and more consumed by his obsession to learn the terrifying truth about the woman who had been his wife, even if it puts his own life at risk.

©2021 Ronald Malfi (P)2021 Tantor

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Phenomenal!

Beautifully written. The mystery and suspense and grief work together so well. The story is gripping and heartbreaking and wonderful.

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Good book!

I enjoyed listening to the book. I thought the narration was a little bland. Overall book was good!

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awesome book

I usually don't write reviews but this was such a great story that I feel like I have to. The story is told in a way that it's like a long letter, an amazing letter. The narrator is also easy to listen to. I will definitely be recommending this book to all my reader friends!

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Ok story

I enjoyed this story for the most part, but I did not like how the narrator was talking to his dead wife for the whole book. It just seemed unnecessary to tell the story and was distracting.

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  • 08-07-21

Five stars all the way

A brilliant book from start to finish, and Joe Hempel does such an awesome job with the narration, too, as I knew he would. The guy's got a great track record.
As for Ronald Malfi, he hits all the stops here. Man, I can't wait to read more of his work. I've only read Mr.Cables so far, which was only a few months ago, but looking at all the books he's put out, it looks like I've got a fair bit of catching up to do.
Damn it. Too many books.
What makes it even worse is I could see myself reading this one again. I have the Kindle version and the audiobook at the moment, but I would buy a limited edition in a heartbeat if it ever got released.
This one was so well written. I found myself appreciating so many lines in this. Too many to mention.
Seek it out. It's completely engaging all the way
And don't forget to read the afterword.
That's all I'm saying.
The less you know the better.
Five stars. No question.

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