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Damaged Hope

Damaged Hope

by L. K. Hill


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Hope falters. Sanity begins to fracture...

Blank, staring eyes and dismembered limbs fill Kyra's vision.

After the horror of the Carmichael District, Kyra continues her search, but avoiding the Mire's psychotic killer grows ever more difficult. Now, he may be targeting her.

The mystery surrounding Gabe's brother's disappearance deepens as the suspect in custody is questioned, but speaks in riddles. If Gabe can decipher the strange clues, perhaps he can finally bring his brother's body home. Meanwhile, the murders in the Slip Mire are escalating.

Kyra and Gabe face new, darker challenges in their search for missing brothers. Every victory brings setbacks and complications. They have little to push them forward now except determination and hope. Even that feels damaged.

Investigate the deepest recesses of the Mire with Kyra, and the most isolated of country locales with Gabe in the third installment of this epic crime thriller!

"Kyra [is] smart, resourceful, and gritty. She's got steel in her spine. This is the woman I think we need to see more of in fiction."-Rebecca A., The Missing Lynx

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ISBN-13: 9781663570109
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 10/10/2017
Pages: 478
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.06(d)

About the Author

L.K. Hill is a novelist who writes across three genres. Her crime fiction is written under her initials, L.K. Hill. She writes scifi and fantasy, including dystopian, under her full name, Liesel K. Hill. Her historical romance is written under the pen name K.L. Conger.

She comes from a large, tight-knit family and resides in Northern Utah. She loved to read and write at a young age, and her earliest memories consist of her father sitting in the doorway of her room at night, relating stories of Frodo, Gandalf, and the One Ring. Her mother also read to her every afternoon as a child, sometimes for several hours a day.

Today she is an award-winning author. She plans to keep writing until they nail her coffin shut. Or the Second Coming happens. Whichever comes first. ;D

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