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The author of Killer Choice, a thriller "full of shocks and twists you won't see coming" (Lee Child), delivers a nail-biting novel about a hit-and-run and a lie that goes horribly wrong....

Her son accidentally kills a man. They cover it up. Then everything goes wrong.

When 18-year-old Joshua Mayo takes a man's life in a horrible accident, he leaves the scene without reporting the crime to the police. He hopes to put the awful night behind him and move on with his life. But of course, he ends up telling his mother, Karen, what happened.

Karen has raised Joshua on her own in Cedar Rapids, Iowa - and she'd thought they'd finally made it. He was doing well in school and was only months from starting college. After hearing his dark confession, she is forced to make a choice no parent should have to make, one that draws them both into a web of deceit that will change their lives forever - if they make it out alive....

©2019 Tom Hunt (P)2019 Penguin Audio

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“Recommended for fans of nail-biters in the tradition of Lee Child and Harlan Coben.” (Booklist)

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The Worst Book Ever

A sixth grader could've written a better story. Cliche after cliche. So repetitive, so stupid!