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Vanessa finds herself in the midst of a high-speed pursuit, racing around the twists and bends of a country road. Her only goal is to not get caught. However, as she races to escape, strange occurrences begin to happen. She is not sure what is happening to her, unsure if what she sees is real or if she has lost her mind, but she now fears more than just the police that are closing in on her.

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Words: 2,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301977789
About G.P. Burdon

G.P. Burdon predominantly writes dark thrillers, taking his inspiration from authors such as Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King, but has his own delightfully twisted style. Anything can happen in his stories and he revels in shocking his readers, as he aims to provide original tales that readers will love and will haunt them long after finishing the final page.

Burdon currently lives in Hobart, Australia, and has published his first novel (Kings & Pawns) in 2013, which is available through Amazon and Kindle. Burdon has also published book one of a fantasy trilogy entitled Reaper.

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Review by: Taron White on Aug. 28, 2013 :
I may never sleep again.
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Review by: Jamie J. Buchanan on Aug. 28, 2013 :
A well written story indeed - interesting and a good story-line. I won't give too much away, but the main character was, at first, not the most likeable but read on, as she does change. Cheers - well done
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Review by: Kate Burdon on Aug. 28, 2013 :
Thought provoking and brilliantly written. This story keeps you guessing until the very end. I strongly recommend it.
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Review by: Rex Burdon on Aug. 28, 2013 :
Loved the premise and it certainly has me rethinking about the concept of hell.
I am pleased in a way that I didn't get to know or have feelings for any of the characters but on the other hand it would have made it a very emotional read indeed.
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