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"A simmering psychological thriller, bolstered by a dynamic narrative voice and a few unexpected twists." (Kirkus Reviews)

Four lifelong friends wake in the woods overlooking the highway, without any memory of how they got there.

One has a triangle burned into his forearm.

One has lost her pants.

One is missing his glass eye.

The last is covered in blood.

As images of big, black eyes and the cries of sheep haunt their addled brains, the town fire alarm and police sirens can be heard in the distance.

What is happening to them? What is happening to their pristine town?

What's more, why can't they remember any of it?

What.... What did they do?

Author and playwright Howard Odentz is a lifelong resident of the gray area between Western Massachusetts and North Central Connecticut. His love of the region is evident in his writing as he often incorporates the foothills of the Berkshires and the small towns of the Bay and Nutmeg states into his work.

©2017 Howard Odentz (P)2018 Bell Bridge Books

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Entertaining, slow at times

The story is interesting, but for a mystery it moves a little slowly. Kudos to the narrator, though! He did an awesome job!