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Publisher's Summary

Even when someone is cloaked by a charming smile and friendly nature, Ivy Nash knows the scent of a predator. Half of her life has been filled with one horrific event after another. Which is why she started ECHO, dedicating her life to rid the world of those who prey on children.
But despite all of her life experiences, nothing can prepare her for the "fun house". A terror unlike any other. And that's when she must decide if clinging to life is worth the hell that she will pay.
©2017 John W. Mefford (P)2017 John W. Mefford
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3 out of 5 stars
By shelley on 12-24-17

This one is just ok...

This is book four on the Ivy Nash series. I have to say this is my very least favorite of all the books. I found the book to be ok but there is an incident that occurs in books 1 & 2 (if you've read those two you will know what that incident is) but it happens for a third time with the same opponent in this book and that kind of blew it for me.
I'm currently listening to them next book and that one is fantastic.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 03-25-18

Not nearly as good as the first three!

Book 4 in the Ivy Nash series is disappointing after the first three earning 5 stars. It's just a good novel, but the action and suspense in the key scenes did not feel like it was credible. The narration is excellent.

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