A new look at one of the North Country's Coldest Cases
Is it read by Christopher Lee or James Earl Jones? ;-P
I love audiobooks, especially ones read by the author -- a habit I got into when my job required me to drive 100+ miles a day and that insomnia made even harder to break. Preordered the paper copy a while back and just went onto audible to preorder the audiobook after listening to chapt. 1... had one credit left for this month so who knows, maybe the universe felt like telling me something today, too.
James, it sounds great. I was already hooked and am sad to now have to wait another month to hear the rest. Really great work, man.
I just went to pre order the book and it's not available in the UK until 13th June! :-( How will I avoid any spoilers for nearly 3 weeks :-(
Audio was intriguing. Just ordered the book.
i'm on fire
Good point to whom said the person to invade Tim and lances lincoln trip must of been on the inside. However am I gathering that a small mass majority point their finger at wolfman aka truth seeker JS??? Really?!?! Isn't that kinda out there? and what connection did JS have to rt 112 that night? What connection to Atwood, Forcier, or Westmams? I understand in wich town he resides but id say the Glynn bros or T conrad would be better suspects? JS works with Fred. Is Fred associating w/ the enemy?? Someone please lay down some cold hard connections that would implicate any suspicion upon the Wolfman.
Yes Please......I would love to see some type of proof rather than just mere speculation and defamation based on no substance.A clear conscience has NO Worries..!
We know it's you dude. You're horrible at disguising your verbal format.Just be yourself and ask like an innocent person would.
Ceerjurrio, how do we know it wasn't you? You're obviously trolling enough to fit the profile.
big dummy. you've been incriminating yourself for years.
Piketon OH? What's happening there? National news
where can i download the book online to read on my tablet?
It's not out yet.
Has totally sucked me in. I'm eagerly awaiting the rest!
James, does the audio book version include the epilogue?
Yes it does.