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All The Pretty People - Signed

All The Pretty People - Signed

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"Barbara Freethy delivers riveting, plot-twisting suspense and a deeply emotional story. Every book is a thrilling ride." USA Today Bestselling Author Rachel Grant

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"Barbara Freethy’s suspense novels are explosively good!" — New York Times bestselling author Toni Anderson.

Ten years ago, I was seventeen, spending summers with my wealthy family and friends on Hawk Island. One terrible night, I blacked out. The next morning, my best friend, Melanie, was gone—vanished without a trace.

Today, I go back. To the island. To my sister's wedding. To a group of privileged people with whom I've never belonged. To my best friend's brother, a man who hates us all. To secrets that someone will kill to keep.

A storm is coming. A storm that will cut off the island from all hope of help. A storm that could allow a kidnapper to escape or a killer to murder again. A storm that will wash away all the lies and deception and reveal the true faces of
All the Pretty People.

Will I be the next one to disappear?

#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Barbara Freethy invites you to experience her newest and most gripping page-turner to date; fans of Gone Girl, The Last Thing He Told Me, and One by One will love this psychological thriller with a jaw-dropping twist that will leave you breathless.


What the readers are saying…

"WOW!
Another wonderful page turner, suspense filled mystery with more twists and turns than a roller coaster." Cheryl – Goodreads

"All the Pretty People is
a five stars emotional thriller. Barbara Freethy knows how to snag reader’s attention immediately and never let it disengage until the last period. So many secrets and lies will be revealed in a tight plot that will keep one guessing." Jane - Goodreads

"The
twists and turns just kept happening and kept me on the edge of my seat. So many lies and false stories have been told and I did not figure out what happened until the final reveal! I highly recommend this book to those lovers of mystery/romance stories." Elsie – Goodreads

"
Stunning roller coaster of a story. Riveting, I could not put it down." Peggy - Goodreads

PROLOGUE

I felt an overwhelming wave of panic. I wanted to cry, but I couldn't. Tears would only make it more difficult to escape. 

I ran through the tall trees, my heart pounding against my chest. I didn't know where I was going, and the thick foliage and dark skies confused me. If I'd been in this area before, I couldn't remember it. I hoped I'd run into someone who could help me, but there wasn't a soul around, except for the person who was after me. 

The wind gusted as the rain pelted my head. My clothes were quickly drenched, the water on my face freezing with the cold wind. My foot slipped as I hit a rock. I stumbled, hitting my hand against a tree to steady myself. The wood left a deep scratch, and blood dripped down my fingers, but I couldn't stop. 

My breath came hard and fast.  

A crack of thunder was so loud it almost knocked me off my feet. Seconds later, there was a flash of lightning. Maybe I could use the storm to my advantage. Perhaps the rain would make it more difficult to find me. 

Crashing through the trees, I came to a terrifying, dizzying stop as I realized I was at the edge of a bluff. I looked down at the whitecaps below, the dark, churning water ready to suck me under. I couldn't let the sea take me. I looked to the left, then to the right. 

One impossible choice. 

Would it be the right one?

I turned to the left and sprinted toward another thick grove of trees. I needed cover. My lungs strained from the pressure I was putting on them. 

Within minutes, I was running out of gas. Exhausted and disoriented, I didn't know which path to take, which trees to cut through. Every turn led into a deeper, thicker forest, paths that seemed untraveled by anyone. 

Tears pricked my eyelids. The worst thought I'd ever imagined raged around in my head. Would I die tonight? Was this it? 

A voice rang through the trees. "There's nowhere to go. Give up."

"Never," I muttered, not daring to scream the words, because that would be stupid, and I'd done enough stupid things already. I broke through another thick patch of trees and found myself back out in the open, with only a few feet between me and the edge of a cliff. I'd run out of room. 

I'd made the wrong choice.

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