The first time she spoke to him was at midnight.
Seven-year-old Autumn Backman needed a hero. When she saw Special Agent Dillon Savich on TV after he’d brought down bank robbers in a Georgetown bank, she knew she’d found him. She called Savich, but she didn’t use the phone.
They were burying dead people in my daddy’s grave . . . they’re coming after us. Please help me.
Blessed, he’s coming.
Ethan Merriweather, sheriff of Titusville, Virginia, a small mountain town near the Titus Hitch Wilderness, goes looking for a missing little girl. Soon after he finds her, Ethan realizes that Autumn has brought him a huge problem – a relentless madman who has the ability to control others simply by looking at them. And the madman is after her and her mom.
It’s Uncle Blessed, and he wants Autumn.
When Savich answers Autumn’s call, she tells him Blessed is from Bricker’s Bowl, Georgia. Savich and Sherlock go to Blessed’s home, learn about his brother, Grace, and meet their mother, Shepherd. Savich soon realizes the only way to stop Blessed is to “cut off the snake’s head.”
Back in Titusville, Ethan, Autumn, and her mother, Joanna, are forced to hide from Blessed and Grace in the wilderness. Ethan knows the brothers will never give up their insane pursuit for Autumn.
It’s a race to stop the madness, or the madness will destroy them all.
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It's a must read......
OMG, rip my ears off!
First of all let me say this is the first book I have ever taken the time to review, so I don't just go around spewing out venom on unsuspecting authors. However in this case I had to make an exception. I'm sorry but this book just made me want to destroy my earbuds and burn my iphone in effigy.
The book is read by male and female narrators and requires the female to read the part of a very young girl. Never mind the fact that her dialog is completely unbelievable, the little girls voice is so irritating that I could only make it through 1/3 of the book before going nuts. Save your money and look elsewhere. The plot is unbelievable and the writing poor and I found myself laughing at parts that were not meant to be funny. Losing money on this turkey was not funny either. Harsh, but the truth.
Excellent Audio Book
I listen to quite a few audio books & you can ruin a good book with a bad reading. This is not only one of my favorite Catherine Coulter books but the reading is superb.