Escaped murderer Carl Malcolm doesn't want to die in a jail cell, but wants to go out as violently as he lived. When Katie comes home and gets taken hostage by him, she finds herself being tested by a mad man who believes that if he kills her when he dies she'll take him to heaven with her. Forced to remain with him to save the others they come across, Katie knows Carl's final plans for her.
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About the Author
Ramsey was born in Salt Lake City, UT, raised in Salt Lake City, UT, married and had a family in Salt Lake City, UT and will more than likely die there as well. Don’t feel too bad; Ramsey also enjoys traveling to places other than Salt Lake City, UT. In a motor home with a Jeep towing behind it she tours the United States just for fun. An accounting technician by profession (odd, I know), she does payroll for one of the municipal entities in (you guessed it), the Salt Lake City, UT area.
Writing is the passion that has driven her since she could pick up a pencil. Receiving her Associate’s Degree from Salt Lake Community College, and her Bachelor's Degree from WGU, she continues to work on perfecting her trade by continuing to take classes. Always looking for new educational experiences, she is a certified diver, studied sign language and French, has been in local plays and even went through a Citizen’s Police Academy.
Two sons and a wonderful husband are the reason you have a chance to read the work Ramsey has written. They encourage, irritate and force her to do better. Hope you enjoy.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Wonderful story. You will not be disappointed with this
Very serious and in the end romantic
Best book I read in awhile. It was captivating frim beginning to end. I wished it was longer. I loved the ending. It is always lovely when a story ends in happiness.
This free, 136 page book is nicely edited. There is violence, murder and a kidnapping, but nothing extremely graphic. There is a lot of suspense, jambacked into this fast read. It does not contain any other adult themes. There is some religion. I agree with the other two reviewers about the nice ending. This book seems simplistic in writing style, yet it makes the reader stop and think about life and the goodness in people. For ages 16 and up. AD