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You can run but you can't hide. During a camping trip to the Catskill Mountains, Charlotte's boyfriend Luke, a former soldier suffering PTSD, goes on a rampage, nearly killing Charlotte and her two friends. A year later, Charlotte is a graduate student in the small college town of Ashenville, North Carolina. Yet her new life is shattered when Luke, recently released from prison, shows up.

©2015 Jeremy Bates (P)2020 Jeremy Bates

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A Stellar Story told By an Incredible Voice

I wanted to listen to this in one sitting. Both the story and the narration had me hooked immidiatly. This was the kind of story that kept me guessing beginning to end and the twists never stopped coming. As a twisty story vet, I pride myself on seeing what's ahead and in this case I was on my heels throughout. The narration was smooth and theatrical and truly made this tale come to life. I appreciated the authenticity of the female lead, made perfect through amazing writing and speaking. I only wish the story were longer. Jemery Bates never disappoints, his novellas are as good as they come.