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When Dave and Sarah Woodson take a much-needed vacation with their ten year old son John, their intention is to find a relaxing, remote spot to take a break from the artificial stimulation of their busy world back in Florida. What happens within hours of settling in to their rural, rustic little cottage in a far-flung spot on the coast of Ireland is an international incident that leaves the family stranded and dependent on themselves for their survival. Facing starvation, as well as looters and opportunists, can a family skilled only in modern day suburbia and corporate workplaces learn to survive when the world is flung back a hundred years? When there is no Internet, no telephones, no electricity and no cars? And when every person near them is desperate to survive at any cost?
About the Author
USA TODAY Bestselling Author Susan Kiernan-Lewis is the author of The Maggie Newberry Mysteries, as well as the post-apocalyptic thriller series The Irish End Games, The Mia Kazmaroff Mysteries, and The Stranded in Provence Mysteries. Visit her website at www.susankiernanlewis.com or follow her at Author Susan Kiernan-Lewis on Facebook.