Friday, January 3, 2020
Written by: Ashley Fontainne
Narrated by D.H. Jones
This was not a long book, its 1 hour and 55 minutes in Audiobook format.
The narrator does an excellent job making you feel the scenes. The way he has a low deep voice is great.
The story follows Sheriff Clyde Tidwell as he tries to cope with his grief of the death of his wife and has to try and do his job. Trying to find out what happened with these multiple murders happening. Will he be able to put aside his grief long enough, or will he give up? Will he go insane with what he sees and finds out? Listen to this short book and find out.
I got a free review copy of this in audio-book format and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.
On the night of June 6, 1966, in a small, rural county near the Ouachita National Forest in Central Arkansas, numerous lives are changed by a horrific act of rage. Sheriff Clyde Tidwell, a shell of his former self after his wife’s recent passing, must put aside his grief and work the multiple-homicide crime scene, no matter the emotional toll.
What awaits him inside the residence will make him question his sanity and everything he believes as he comes face-to-face with his deepest, darkest fears.
Will he succumb to the terror and become the next victim of the evil lurking inside? Or will he push past it to save the lone survivor and himself?