Keep the door locked.
Sam is excited to spend a week at her uncle's remote lake cabin. It's a chance for her to focus on her art without distractions: no neighbors, no phone, and a small radio as her only contact with the outside world.
But there's something deeply unnatural lingering in the lake.
The radio's news reports talk about disappearances on a nearby hiking trail. The car won't start. And Sam starts to believe she's being stalked when she catches glimpses of a tall, strange man standing at the end of her dock, staring intently into the swirling waters below.
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Chilling and Adrenaline Rushing
It chilled me. It scared me. It frightened me. There was a lot of suspense and thrills, that I found myself needing to pause the book to give my heart a chance to slow to a healthier pace. I was anxious, scared, and hopeful for Sam.
The story was so well told that I found myself easily visualizing the scenes and frightened as slowly realized she was truly in danger. I mean, come on. Ian did everything short of walking Sam to the shanty to make her understand just how much danger she was.
The drunk radio host, uncle something or another.
Scared. It gave me chills.
Suspense, chills and more