• by Christy Barritt
  • Narrated by Joyce Bean
  • 9 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Savannah Harris vowed to leave behind her old life as an intrepid investigative reporter. But when a friend raises suspicions about two migrant workers who've gone missing from the sleepy coastal town Savannah calls home, her curiosity spikes.
As ever more eerie incidents begin afflicting the area, each works to draw Savannah out of her seclusion and raise the stakes - for both Savannah and the surrounding community. Even as Savannah's new boarder Clive Miller makes her feel things she thought long forgotten, she suspects he's hiding something too, and he's not the only one. Doubts collide in Savannah's mind: Who can she really trust?
As secrets emerge and danger closes in, Savannah must choose between faith and uncertainty. One wrong decision might spell the end...not just for her, but for everyone around her.
Will she unravel the mystery in time, or will doubt get the best of her?


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Customer Reviews

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Title word means rebuilding slowly, snail-like...

and that's exactly the pace of this book. For all of the words and time expended, there's no character development, no real reason why anything that happens in this book happens. Btw, the main character is supposedly a former award winning investigative journalist (must've been on the Fantasy Land News), problem is she needs to get the real dope on the story from her faith in our Lord and that's because this woman is sooooo clueless about everything and I mean E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G; she needs a minor miracle to help her out. There are no clues, because our Heroine wouldn't know what to do with them. She couldn't sniff one out if you pelted her with 5 day old red herrings. Her bestie is in a coma because otherwise the story would've been over by chapter 5. Investigative journalist my Aunt Fanny - our heroine couldn't find sand on a beach.

Badly written, childish story about people that you can't warm to at all and, oh yeah, it's badly narrated too. The only clever thing about this book is the title word, after that everything else is a massive waste of your time and it will hurt your ears too!
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- Paula


I wish Christian books had a big label on them. if I wanted bible-based mysteries, I would read the bible. gag.
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-13-2015
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio