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Jade will do anything to rescue her daughter.
Even risk her own life.
Or take someone else’s....
 

Jade’s a single mom with one goal: to give her daughter a happy childhood, free from the fears and abuse Jade experienced growing up in a cult. Even though she broke free from her traumatic and dangerous past, Jade is still haunted by fiends...both seen and unseen...and by secrets some people will try to silence forever.

A fast-paced, can’t-stop-listening Christian thriller set in the heart of rural Alaska, Frost Heaves is real, relevant, and almost impossible to stop listening.

Just like you’d expect from award-winning author Alana Terry.

Grab your copy today.

(But you might want to listen to it with your lights on.)

©2019 Alana Terry (P)2019 Alana Terry

What listeners say about Frost Heaves: An Alaskan Refuge Christian Suspense Novel

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Great storyline....

This was an excellent story, you lost me with the narrator. Had I known or had I even heard a snippet of this story, I never would have purchased this audiobook. I just felt like you could have used an African American for the narration. This particular narrator really took away the feeling of authenticity of the story. She is an awesome narrator, but really should just stay in her lane....

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