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White Out

Badlands Thriller, Book 1
Narrated by: Whitney Dykhouse
Series: Badlands Thriller, Book 1
Length: 11 hrs and 22 mins

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From the bestselling author of the Annabelle Schwartzman series comes a chilling story of a woman with a forgotten past and a town with dark secrets.

After surviving a car accident on an icy road in Hagen, North Dakota, Lily Baker regains consciousness with no idea where or who she is. Scattered Bible verses and the image of a man lying in a pool of blood haunt her memory.

The same night of the accident, a young woman is murdered and tossed in a dumpster. Kylie Milliard, Hagen's only detective, doesn't immediately recognize the victim, but Kylie soon discovers that Lily and the dead woman share a dark past...if only Lily could remember what it was.

Lily and Kylie both want answers. But Kylie has to play by the book. Lily has to play it safe. And the more Lily learns about her identity, the more she fears the truth.

©2020 Danielle Girard, Inc. (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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White Out is a superb thriller - intense, intricate, and so intriguing. Detective Kylie Milliard is a badass, and Girard is a one heck of a storyteller. The start of a fabulous new series." (J.T. Ellison, New York Times best-selling author of Good Girls Lie)

"Girard excels at creating kick-ass heroines in high-stakes, high-tension thrillers. Lily Baker and Detective Kylie Millard ensure White Out is the start to another white-knuckle series." (Robert Dugoni, number one Amazon and international best-selling author of the Tracy Crosswhite series) 

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  • 06-08-20

A perplexing mystery

A woman with partial amnesia, a military vet with PTSD...a dead woman. Lily knows that there’s a connection between herself and the dead woman...if only she could remember. Lily doesn’t remember being abducted and held for several days as a teenager, but she does remember her friend, Iver. Iver suffered a traumatic brain injury in Afghanistan and is having his own lapses in memory. With the evidence of murder pointing towards Iver, someone after Lily, and the only police detective positive that she’s arrested the murderer...will the real killer be found before it’s too late? The first half of the book drags a bit but it gets better.