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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"Skillfully plotted, keeps you riveted until the end!"
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"Gritty characters that I just loved."
Very entertaining. Well crafted.
Good story BUT
Very sloppy writing. By Chapter 31, or about 2/3 of the way through the book, I’d already counted 24 errors. That lack of professionalism in finishing the manuscript is an amateur move and an insult to readers. The constant interruptions ruin the flow of the story and it’s impossible to just immerse yourself into it.I’d rate it higher if the author got a proofreader.
Excellent. Different. Cool ending. Fast read