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I have not looked yet, but I really hope there are more books about these characters. The author did an amazing job.
I don't know where this author has been but she's now one of my favorites. She is so unique. I love reading anything set in Louisiana. Anna is hitchhiking and gets a ride with a truck driver. Little does she know he is a serial killer. She goes through hell. But there's a voice in her head communicating with her. She feels drawn to him and has had dreams and visions all her life of a beautiful lake with black water. Her mysterious man rescues her. Being an orphan all her life with no family at all has been lonely and hard. Now she is staying with her rescuer and his friends and family who surround them in the town Unknown that has a huge lake and bayou. The people of this town all have an ability where they can communicate with each other. But there are a few who are keeping secrets. Some go missing and some are killed. Who is responsible? This was so suspenseful and mysterious. I couldn't guess even until the end. This is a review for both the ebook and audiobook as I have both and switched back and forth. The narrator is superb with a wonderful Louisiana accent. I felt like I was there with the community.
Anna is a orphan never knowing who her parents are, but there's a voice in her head communicating with her. She feels drawn to this whistling man and she has visions of a beautiful lake with black water.
Whilst hitchhiking she gets a lift with a truck driver who turns out to be a serial killer. Her whistling man rescues her and takes her home to his family and community which set on the same lake which she has dreamed about for most of her life.
The lake people have the ability to communicate by thoughts alone, like all towns some of the people are good and some are bad, very bad
Anna searches for the truth in the salt mines and finds a hidden secret, worse then the serial killer............
At first I wasn't sure about the narrator of this book as she has such a strong deep south accent, but I got to the stage where I could still hear the book echo in my mind when I wasn't reading it, so I think it drew me back to the book for more.