"That's the sound of my career going down the toilet. Three months ago, I was the freelance reporter to call for full-color images of an international crisis. Now? I'm stationed at the far edge of the Chicago flyover as a disappointing mother-sub to my eight-year-old niece and the babysitter for a newsroom College Boy.
Camera still: a man in Amish clothing hanging from a tree. Dead.
"One photo of the lifeless man was all I needed to see - there's more to this story than anyone wants to admit. Especially Sheriff Jack Curzon, with his death-ray eyes watching my every move. I have a feeling that man wants more than my cooperation.
Quick-cut, pan, tilt and - run.
"Someone is hiding, just out of sight. And I'll do whatever it takes to protect my new family. Seeing the truth can be dangerous... when evil is In Plain View."
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, I would recommend this audiobook. The story is very well written. All the pieces come together at a good pace and with just the right amount of detail. There were no slow moments, so I was constantly engaged with the story and eager to hear what came next. I love mysteries and this one is no exception. The storyline was very different from anything else I have read/listened to, and I was left guessing all the way to the end...nothing predictable here. Also, the narrator did a great job reading the story.
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