Mark Twain wrote: When we inherit property, it does not occur to us to throw it away, even when we do not want it.
Average Rating: 2.0
Thousands of hikers traverse the Appalachian Trail. For most, it's an enjoyable experience. A chance to reconnect with nature, meet interesting people, and get a great workout. For some, it can be a nightmare.
Multiple women have been raped, ravaged, and terrorized, along a 40-mile stretch, in the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee. Authorities are stumped. Even as they struggle to find the perpetrator, he strikes again.
Eric Lance has a sickness. His heart desires power and control. His perverse appetites know no bounds. Can Rob Stone stop him from wrecking another life along the Appalachian Trail? He's out of shape, has a bum knee, and is hiking farther than ever before. His faithful canine companion, Terrance, will have to help him out during a critical time. Finding the perpetrator and stopping him could cost both of them dearly.
This harrowing thriller is a battle of good versus evil.
This story is strong on character development and Nick Newell voiced these characters expertly and distinctively. Unfortunately, religion is just a little too in-your-face with some of these characters. Perhaps hikers, especially hikers familiar with the Appalachian Trail, might appreciate this story more, but for me, the story got bogged down in all the hikes and locations. The story did end with a satisfying conclusion.
Note: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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