It's early winter, 1990. A devastating economic recession is sweeping through the northeast, forcing many to turn to other means to make ends meet. The hometown that Trey returns to is hardly the storybook place he left four years before. And after witnessing Caleb's startling alleyway murder, Trey sets off to Angel River Falls to deliver the horrific news to Abigail, a mysterious young woman with whom Caleb had been living. To his dismay, Trey is drawn instantly to Abigail's tragic, exotic charm, and theirs is a fiery romance of desperation and despair. Though he had no plans to do so, he reluctantly agrees to stay. But doing so means putting his own life in harm's way, and Angel River Falls is the story of what unfolds.
In the north, four years is a long time to be gone, and Trey learns about his best friend's shady dealings the hard way. Caleb had unfinished business with an underworld crime ring, particularly John Weed, a thug as tough as the New Hampshire winters, who runs the bad-dealing town of Angel River Falls. When Abigail reveals that Caleb made off with more than a quarter million in stolen drug money, Trey realizes that it's only a matter of time before someone trails it back to them. Now, he must face his own guilty demons while battling brand new ones.
But can Abigail be trusted? Turn after turn, fueled by her own paranoia, a sort of cat-and-mouse dynamic develops between them and as Trey begins to uncover the truth behind his friend's murder, he discovers no one is innocent in Angel River Falls.
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