Miriam Black is trying to live an ordinary life, keeping her ability to see how someone dies hidden...until a serial killer crosses her path. This is the second book in the Miriam Black series.“Visceral and often brutal, this tale vibrates with emotional rawness that helps to paint a bleak, unrelenting picture of life on the edge.” —Publishers WeeklyMiriam is trying. Really, she is. But this whole “settling down thing” just isn’t working out.She lives on Long Beach Island all year in a run-down, double-wide trailer. She works at a grocery store as a checkout girl. And her relationship with Louis—who’s on the road half the time in his truck—is subject to the mood swings Miriam brings to everything she does. It just isn’t going well.Still, she’s keeping her psychic ability—to see when and how someone is going to die just by touching them—in check. But even that feels wrong somehow. Like she’s keeping a tornado stopped up in a tiny bottle. Then comes the one bad day that turns it all on her ear.
Run time: 9 hours
- Retail Trade: CD, Download, MP3-CD
- Library Editions: CD
Chuck Wendig is the author of The Heartland Trilogy and the Atlanta Burns series for young adults, as well as numerous nonfiction books on writing and novels for adults, including the forthcoming Star Wars: Aftermath. He is also a game designer and screenwriter. Chuck lives in Pennsylvania with his family. He blogs at www.terribleminds.com.
Emily Beresford earned her BA in Liberal Studies from Green Mountain College in Vermont, with concentrations in Creative Writing, Music, and English. In 2013 she was nominated for an Audie Award and received an Earphones Award from AudioFile magazine for her work on the multi-voice title October Mourning. She lives in Michigan with her wonderful husband, and two amazing children.