Ten years ago, Simone Granger was killed in the sleepy little town of Millners Kill. Steve Kane, then sixteen, was quickly arrested and convicted. But Steve knows he’s innocent. Someone else took the life of his best friend’s sister.
Now Steve is on parole, and he is forced to return to the town that hates him. Steve would rather be anywhere than Millners Kill, but at least in his hometown, he’s got his grandmother, his brother, and State Police Investigator Declan Reed on his side. And Steve intends to make no waves. He just wants to get his life back.
But someone else has different plans.
As the storm of the century hits Millners Kill, the bodies begin to pile up, and Steve is the only suspect. A town is losing its grip, and all their rage is focused on one man.
Steve knows he’s an innocent man. But will anyone give him a chance to prove it?
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“I never guessed who did it, and I'm an author who knows how it's done and how other authors hide who did it. If the author can fool me, they will fool you, too. A really enjoyable, exciting read. You'll really like and enjoy this read.”
“Each page draws one deeper practically forcing the reader to turn the page and then the next. One tends to feel empathy for the main character throughout while at the same time trying to work out who the killer is.”
“This is one of the best novels I have read for a long time. It keep me wanting to read more and more. Awesome ending.”
“Read this in 2 days, staying up past midnight. Great book to take you away from the every day. The storm description was also well done enough to be considered a character itself.”