Suburban housewife Juliette Granger has been living a secret life ... a life that's about to turn deadly for everyone she loves.
Fearing for her life after witnessing a gruesome murder, Juliette Granger whisks her two-year-old daughter Nora away in the dead of night and flees, planning to start a new life in a small, forgettable town under an alias. An hour into the escape, headlights flash behind her. A vehicle pulls alongside, and a masked man demands she stop the car. She refuses him, and a deadly game of cat and mouse begins.
If you love a fast-paced mystery with a surprising twist, you'll enjoy Roadkill, written by a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author.
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Good author… easy read
I like Cheryl Bradshaw’s writing style, easy to get through at night before lights-out. Not my favourite of hers though, the Sloane Munroe series tops this by quite some ‘stars’.
A quick, easy read. Not much more to say really because I’d like to think the whole story is implausible.