Monday, July 25, 2016

Review: As Night Falls by Jenny Milchman

Sandy Tremont and her family live in a remote house in the Adirondacks.  What starts as a normal day, turns into a nightmare as two escaped convicts invade their home.  The convicts want directions and gear from her outdoorsman husband to escape to Canada, but with an intense storm blowing in, things go from bad to worse.  

Flashbacks to the life of one of the escapees, Nick show what a cold monster he is and the story is taut and intense.  The characters struggle with themselves as well as the invaders.

I absolutely loved the intensity of this book!


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