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Misery Rock

Reagan Keeter

Publisher: TouchPoint Press

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Summary

What would you do if you found out you were married to a serial killer?
 
Sharron Freeman is a loving suburban mother and psychologist whose world gets shattered when she learns her husband, Ben, is a killer. Worse than that, he kills as part of a group and, since she doesn’t know who the other participants are, going to the police is not an option.
 
Desperate to keep herself and her daughter safe, she pretends she’s interested in joining them. Then Sharon sets out to discover who else is involved and find evidence against them before they meet to kill again.
 
It’s a journey that will send Sharon into the nefarious world of the dark web and put her life in danger more than once. It will require her to draw on courage she didn’t know she had and come face to face with enemies she didn’t know existed. And in the end, it all might prove to be in vain.
 
Misery Rock is the kind of story you won’t be able to put down.
 
Get your copy of this domestic thriller today!

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