A soul weary Shane Ryan has physical and emotional scars - souvenirs of his gruesome occupation. His latest job is in Nashua, a sleepy little upstate New Hampshire town that's been awakened by a rampage of murders in Slater Mill. The body count is escalating at an alarming rate. The police have no motive or suspects in the grisly killings and the residents are scared!
As he prepares to leave for Slater Mill, Shane is visited by an old acquaintance whose timing couldn't be worse. Shane's personal demons are driving him to the edge and he's running out of time to save himself and stop the slaughter at the mill. Finally, armed and ready, he heads to Nashua to take down the ghost behind the killings, Pierre Gustav, who is just as brutal in death as he was in life!
The minute Shane reaches the old abandoned building, his senses are jangling. The mill is deathly silent as a ghost crew mans the machines. Shane focuses on Pierre, knowing the merciless specter must not win this battle. Shane isn't afraid to die; at one time, he would have welcomed death. But it's not in him to quit. Now facing the deadliest fight of his life, Shane only has one goal: destroy Pierre Gustav or die trying.
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Excellent for an evening or 2 to listen.
I would definitely. However, I would recommend listening in order. There's plenty of scares and a hero to root for!
I think I just love Shane. He's got a tough, brave coat but he's as sweet as can be!
Imagery in the audio is different than reading the book. Not saying either is better. Just saying reading and hearing bring different responses. I like both.
I always cheer at the end when Shane is all wiped out but has taken the battle.
Yes. There was so much going on. It was exciting!
Yes. I worried for the characters. I wondered at what was going on. It was well-written as well.
When the assassin came to kill Shane and Frank. Without giving anything away, I was all =O and then =X. It was really good.
There is no rest after death.
- Kathryn A St John