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THOSE WHO WISH ME DEAD MICHAEL KORYTA

July 20, 2015

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THOSE WHO WISH ME DEAD MICHAEL KORYTA

When 13-year-old Jace Wilson witnesses a brutal murder, he’s plunged into a new life, issued a false identity and hidden in a wilderness skills program for troubled teens. The plan is to get Jace off the grid while police find the two killers. The result is the start of a nightmare.  The killers, known as the Blackwell Brothers, are slaughtering anyone who gets in their way in a methodical quest to reach him. Now all that remains between them and the boy are Ethan and Allison Serbin, who run the wilderness survival program; Hannah Faber, who occupies a lonely fire lookout tower; and endless miles of desolate Montana mountains.

The clock is ticking, the mountains are burning, and those who wish Jace Wilson dead are no longer far behind. 

MY REVIEW
Those Who Wish Me Dead made my stomach flip over with Jace Wilson jumping into the water.  I would say enjoy this story at your own risk.  This is a story where  the pace never lets up without knowing what will happen next.
13-year-old Jace Wilson made a bet with Wayne Potter that he would jump into the quarry. It was a sixty-five foot drop from the rooftop into the water. It was a stupid bet but Jace wouldn’t have made the bet that day if girls hadn’t been there. Not everyone who tried from Rooftop succeeded. They pulled bodies out of the quarry before, and those were older kids, college kids, maybe even divers. When Jace jumps into the water he let himself sink to the bottom. His foot touched something and saw a dead man.

 

 

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One Comment
  1. Adding to my Wishlist!

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