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Publisher's Summary

For fans of Lisa Unger and Shalini Boland comes a propulsive short thriller about a mysterious attack and a young woman who must uncover the truth to protect herself. 

Marti Greenwood has just moved into a brand-new home after a bitter divorce from her husband Emery, and while she’s still not quite done with him - of course, some of her most cherished possessions are nowhere to be found once she unpacks her things - a fresh start in a beautiful LA neighborhood is exactly what she needs. 

But days after her arrival, Marti is attacked in her home. She's found shaken and beaten, and her neighbors who immediately call the police. She never saw the face of her attacker, and so there is little to go on as detectives open an investigation - but Marti will do whatever it takes to find her assailant. 

Please note: This audio contains strong language, distressing situations, and descriptions of violence that some listeners may find upsetting. Discretion is advised.

©2021 Rachel Howzell Hall (P)2021 Audible Originals, LLC.
Rachel Howzell Hall

About the Creator

Rachel Howzell Hall is the critically acclaimed author and Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist for And Now She’s Gone. A New York Times bestselling author of The Good Sister with James Patterson, Rachel is an Anthony, International Thriller Writers and Left Award nominee and the author of They All Fall Down, Land of Shadows, Skies of Ash, Trail of Echoes, and City of Saviors in the Detective Elouise Norton series. She is a past member of the board of directors for Mystery Writers of America and has been a featured writer on NPR’s acclaimed Crime in the City series and the National Endowment for the Arts weekly podcast; she has also served as a mentor in Pitch Wars and the Association of Writers Programs. Rachel lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter. For more information, visit www.rachelhowzell.com.

Rachel Howzell Hall

About the Performer

Joniece Abbott-Pratt’s numerous audiobook narrations have garnered her Earphone Awards for Tiffany D. Jackson’s Grown and Jordan Ifueko’s Raybearer, for which she also received a 2021 Audie nomination in Fantasy.
Along with a full cast, she received a SOVA for Best Voiceover Audiobook Narration for Children (Infant-12) for Garbage Pail Kids by R. L. Stein.
In addition to her work as a narrator, Joniece has worked professionally as an actor, appearing on stage and screen.
Notable stage productions include The Good Negro at the Public Theater and The House That Will Not Stand at New York Theatre Workshop. On screen she has worked on Evil, FBI: Most Wanted and Law & Order to name a few.

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What a Story!

listened from start to finish in one sitting.
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enjoyed the narrator.
looking forward to reading and listening to more books by Rachel Howzell Hall.

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Karma Will Getcha!

This was my first suspense noval, and it did not disappoint. I am more of the historical fiction type, but this book took me on a rollercoaster 🎢 of emotions!! I listened to the entire Novela in one sitting! I loved that in the end Karma peered it's little head.

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Terrible narrator

Listened for 2 minutes... that was enough for me...could not listen for 2 plus hours. Sorry

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great story loved it

I hate having to write 15 words to get out. hey great book very lame audible!

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If you ever had a cheating ex..

Quick, easy listen; entertaining all the way. Loved it! Just one cringey moment when the narrator pronounced dingy like a small boat rather than correctly (dingy bathrobe.)

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The story starts out pretty good but after the attack there is doubt about the one person who has the biggest motive and is the most obvious suspect. I lost interest in the book from that point on. I had to stop my eyes from spinning out of control over the judgey friends when she buys a gun and her reluctance to call the police on a man because of his race even though she could be in danger. This could have been a decent time killer.

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Great Listen!

I am loving this story, especially the narrator. I have to look for more work from this author.

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LOVED THIS!

This is one of the best entertainment books I’ve read in years! From the narrator to the story it was truly fun! Bravo!

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Horrible narrator

Made it 1:30 and had to flush because of narrator. Don’t even abuse your ears this way.

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Fun fun fun

Very nice pace,funny without jokes. Very surprising ending. I love finding out the right one WON!

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