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Evan Delaney is shocked to learn that her ex-sister-in-law, Tabitha, has joined the Remnant, a religion with a dangerous and fanatical following.

What is more alarming is that the unstable young mother plans to regain custody of her son and disappear with him into the fold of the church. She has the Remnant on her side, and they'll do anything it takes - including murder - to get what they want.

But it's another member of the Remnant who's killed, and when Evan's brother becomes a suspect, Evan is dragged even deeper into the nightmare.

©2008 Meg Gardiner; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio

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"If you read Sue Grafton, Lee Child, Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly, or Nelson DeMille, you're going to think Meg Gardiner is a gift from heaven." (Stephen King)
"From beginning to end, China Lake is a book no reader of thrillers will be able to put down. Great characters, dynamic plot, nail-biting action - Meg Gardiner gives us everything." (Elizabeth George)

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  • NJMom
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  • 08-12-08

Truly a Cult Mystery Thriller

This was a slow-starter, but I ended up really enjoying it. I like to listen to a book while I walk, so I need something that keeps me going. I did my Saturday morning exercise and ended up finishing the book when I got home...had to find out what happened, and I was surprised by the finale. I didn't like the narrator at first, but once I got used to her voice, it was fine. I will try another Meg Gardiner.

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