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Halloween is Avery Shaw’s favorite time of year. What’s not to love? Slasher movies, hot chocolate, and corn mazes. She’s addicted to them all. 

During a visit to one of those mazes, she runs across several men trying to kidnap a teenage girl. In true Avery fashion, she intervenes...resulting in a severe injury. While she’s on the mend, she starts tracking information on a group of people working in the area.

Avery can’t decide if she’s on to something or imagining things. The attack leaves her weaker than she would like, something she refuses to acknowledge, and questioning her investigative mind.

Eliot Kane, her live-in love, decides to help. As much as he wants her safe, he understands she needs to take control. Together, they’re going to dig until they find the information they need. Unfortunately for both of them, the deeper they get, the more they start to wonder just how big of an operation they’re dealing with.

Information pours in, leading to questions about missing girls from years before...and an odd woman serving as an oracle for the Halloween fans in the present. She’s keeping a secret, too, and Avery is determined to figure out what it is.

As she’s proven her entire life, Avery won’t quit until she wins. This time, however, the battle is going to be long, dark, and deadly. She won’t ever give up...even if the search for the truth ultimately kills her.

©2019 Amanda M. Lee (P)2019 Amanda M. Lee

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  • 08-09-19

Great Book!

I love Avery! This book is much more focused on Avery and Eliot so a lot less interaction with her family and friends but lots character development for Avery and some big steps for her and Eliot.

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  • 06-10-19

Wow!

Best installment in the series yet! Another amazing story from Amanda M. Lee and spot-on narration by Angel Clark. I couldn’t stop listening once I started. I truly felt like I was “in” their world thanks to Angel’s narration. Highly recommend!

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  • Shari S.
  • 26-09-19

Loved It!

Amanda M Lee gets better and better. Great story. Avery dtill has the snark but shows she is very human too. Love the kitten. Her boyfriend is becoming a real favorite. Well-read by Angel Clark.

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 30-10-20

Good

Halloween for Avery is stil a lot of madcap when she is around. Seeing a possible kidnapping and trouble will surely follow getting her into a lot of trouble with a lot of people. Her boyfriend just shakes his head but decides to help. Good story and narration. Given audio for my voluntary review

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  • Suzy
  • 12-09-19

A Terrible Narrator

I love the Avery Shaw series, have read every one and really wanted the audible version. Unfortunately Angel Clark doesn't do the book justice and her narration is so poor it detracts from the book. I give the narration 1 star but the book is really good, a 4 star at least. I simply cannot listen to the book which is too bad because her narration is like fingernails on a blackboard.

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