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See Her Run

Aloa Snow, Book 1
Narrated by: Amy Landon
Series: Aloa Snow, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 17 mins
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Running for her life could leave her breathless.

A former reporter for the Los Angeles Times, Aloa Snow knows what it means to be down and out. Once highly respected, she’s now blackballed, in debt, and dealing with the echoes of an eating disorder. Until she gets one more shot to prove that she has what it takes - with a story some would die for...

After the body of a promising young athlete, Hayley Poole, is recovered in the Nevada desert, authorities rule it a suicide. But when Aloa discovers that the girl’s boyfriend died in a similar accident only months before, her investigative instincts are on high alert. It turns out the girl was on the run from secrets that could kill.

This case is murder for Aloa, and Hayley won’t be the last one to suffer. Someone very powerful forced Hayley to run for her life. Now Aloa must do the same.

©2018 Peggy Townsend (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • squishy
  • Hemphill, TX, United States
  • 04-06-19

Oh, this is bad...

First the narrator is so dramatic,not in a good way, breathless, with a rhythm that chops up continuity. Typical female doing male voices, unlike any real man you've ever heard, very distracting. Totally ruins the book. Last the story is all over the place, just in the first 2 chapters. Thats as far as I could make it. I hate doing bad reviews but if an author is taking the time to write a book, they should pay as much attention to the one presenting it. A great narrator can sometimes make a bad novel bearable but a bad one just ruins either.

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