Reagan's Ashes

  • by Jim Heskett
  • Narrated by Kate Fisher
  • 8 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Reagan Darby crams her dad's urn into an overflowing backpack. His last wish: deliver the urn to Rocky Mountain National Park and release his ashes into Lake Nanita. To find closure, she'll hike the same route they completed after her latest involuntary stay at the hospital.
But not alone, as she'd hoped. Her cousin Dalton surprises her at the trailhead and insists on tagging along. Soon, his eerie stares and half-volume mutterings set her on edge. As they trudge further into the mountains, dodging moose and lightning strikes, she catches him rifling through her backpack multiple times. She confronts him, but he shrugs it off. His claims that he came along for support wear thin, but she's too deep into the park simply to turn around.
When Reagan discovers a hidden compartment in the lid of the urn, a tiny silver key tumbles onto the floor of her tent. But there's no telling what lock the key might open. More unsettling, however, is that her lithium has gone missing. With only a meager Swiss Army knife for protection, she'll have to fend off her cousin, resist the creeping mania, and escape the forest to find the lock. If the man Dalton works for locates it first, he'll reduce Reagan to the same pile of dust and ash.
Reagan's Ashes combines wilderness survival thriller with amateur sleuth mystery.


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Reagan's Ashes is a compelling story.It is well written especially when it comes to dealing with Bipolar disorder. This is an action packed story with plenty of mystery and twists that you just do not see coming. Reagan's character is very in depth and multi-dimensional, overall a fantastic protagonist that you really connect with as the story continues. I highly recommend this audiobook..

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The story is interesting. I liked the mystery of the missing money. It was a very touching story wrapped in betrayal, lies and deceptions. I liked the story and most of the characters. I would recommend this book.


I didn't really like the voice of the narrator at first. The tone bothered me. But after an hour or so I got used to it and she seemed to sound better. Less like she was irritated.

"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com".
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-29-2015
  • Publisher: Jim Heskett