A new psychological thriller from H. E. Joyce.
Following a horrific trauma, Laura takes her young son, Jody, and escapes to the small town of Brooksville, Maine. Her quest for a peaceful life, removed of sorrow and loss proves to be fruitful when she meets and falls in love with a local attorney.
With layers of heartache and remorse to contend with, Laura struggles to keep her sordid past in the past. She soon realizes that everyone has a past, including the new man in her life. New worries abound, causing her to question the new life she thought she wanted.
Trying to make sense of her dark, new world, she hires a private detective that uncovers secrets so sinister and a past so riddled with danger that Laura is left to make hard choices in order to protect those she holds dear.
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A Solid Story That Will Keep Your Attention
Yes, the book's pace was good and had strong foundational writing principals applied.
Yes, the twist weren't hyper complicated. But the story left enough bread crumbs for you to want more.
Her voice was a great choice for the character.
Her variations in character performance really help move the story forward.
Not to much.
Solid writing, great audio performance, kept my attention every day.
- Tony Mendoza
The deadliest game
I love psychological thrillers and 'The Deadliest Game', is right up there with the best of them. The story begins when widowed Laura and her son Jody move to a small town in Maine and meet up with the towns lawyer Michael. The story moves along with the readers expect from thrillers and the twists and turns of the plot hold the reader in suspense until the last page