Prodigal

Judy K. Walker

Narrated by Alex Knox

9 hr 45 min

To save a missing girl, he’ll have to explore his dark past. He may not survive the journey...

Adam Rutledge is haunted by his childhood. The drifter never forgot how helpless he felt when his best friend was abducted, and his hometown never forgot his involvement. But when a strange dream sends him back to Cold Springs, he realizes that another child has gone missing and he has no choice but to help.

Adam knows that to prevent history from repeating itself, he’ll need to dive deep into the darkness of his own upbringing. When his efforts unleash dreams and visions he’s spent decades burying, he’s unsure if his sanity will survive.

To bring the missing girl home alive, Adam must solve the riddle of his tragic past. But between his fractured psyche and the schemes of a madman, he may lose himself in the process...

Prodigal is the first book in the Dead Hollow psychological suspense trilogy. If you like crime thrillers, authentic characters, and a dash of paranormal, then you’ll love Judy K. Walker’s haunting series.

Buy Prodigal to unlock the mysteries of Dead Hollow today!

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Publisher
Judy K. Walker
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Published on
May 15, 2018
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Duration
9h 45m 33s
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ISBN
9781509486427
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Thrillers / Crime
Fiction / Thrillers / Supernatural
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Eligible for Family Library

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