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But she is not equipped to handle the hardships of a lonely existence in a remote cabin. A five-day snowstorm brings her close to her breaking point. Searching for means to survive, she discovers the written confession of the previous cabin owner who wants to clear his conscience by admitting to a terrible sin he committed involving a girl called Rose.
When the storm subsides, Carola begins to ask questions but nobody is willing to talk. Nobody wants to tell what happened to Rose, but Carola becomes obsessed with finding out the truth.
Will Rose finally get justice? If you love mystery and suspense, with an added romance bonus, this new novel by an Amazon bestselling author will keep you turning the pages all night long.
Read an excerpt:
“I don’t want to impose on you.” Carola cringed inside. What a half-baked comment. Had she totally lost it now? “I mean, I’d be really grateful. I don’t know what to do. There is no cell reception.”
He finally let go of her eyes, marched to his parked pickup, and when she didn’t follow he called over his shoulder. “Hop in. No point in catching a cold.”
Get in the car with a stranger? On an empty country road, miles from the next village? No witnesses. A quick city girl film ran through her mind. He would drive her God knows where, do God knows what to her. Leave her dying on a remote stretch of wilderness, cover her with fresh snow that would freeze into a solid mountain overnight. They wouldn’t find her body until spring.
He walked back to her. “You’re new here?”
That was the catch question. A visitor without any local attachments, how sweet was that for a rapist. A killer. Probably a serial killer. He preyed on victims of accidents. The way he looked at her. She’d passed inspection.
“I live close by. Just up the road. With my friends. You may know them.” She hated how desperate her voice sounded.
“Don’t be scared of me.” He reached into his pocket, handed her his card. Jason Golden, of Golden Real Estate. “That’s me. Jason. Everybody knows me around here. Put it in the glove compartment of your car. If I drag you into the woods, at least the community knows it was me again.”
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