Book: The Deepest Dark by Joan Hall Hoveycategories: Book, Escapees, Suspense, Dead Child, Murder, Cabin in Woods, Mystery, Family Secrets, Canadian, Depression, Thriller
Joan Hall Hoveyabout this book: The worst thing that can happen to a mother is to lose her child - Novelist, Abby Miller has lost not only her little girl in the car/truck accident, but her beloved husband as well. Devastated, surveying her shattered world like a bomb blast survivor, she longs only to be with them again. She has the pills in her purse that can make that happen.
Hoping to make a spiritual connection, Abby heads for the cabin at Loon's Lake where they last vacationed together - and where they enjoyed a magical time. Perhaps that magic still lingers, and Ellie and Corey are waiting for her.
Unknown to Abby, three dangerous prison escapees are heading for the same destination, for their own reasons, and she is about to collide with evil, such as she could not imagine. She will realize to her surprise, how much she doesn't want to die. But the decision of whether to live or die will soon be torn from her hands. And the sink hole she is in, will get ever deeper and blacker for Abby, unless she can find a way to take back her life.
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