Deep Freeze

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (18.07 hours)
Product Number: Z00911
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449890742
Narrator/s: Carol Monda
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Former movie star Jenna Hughes left Hollywood for an isolated farm in Oregon to get away from fame. But someone has followed her-an obsessed fan whose letters are personal and deeply disturbing. While Jenna's already shaken up by what she's seen on paper, she'd be terrified if she knew what Sheriff Shane Carter is investigating. It's a shocking case that started with the discovery of a dead woman in the woods. Now two more women are missing, one of whom bears a striking resemblance to Jenna. As a winter storm bears down on the Pacific Northwest, a merciless killer's grisly work has only just begun. Jenna is getting closer to meeting her biggest fan-one who wants nothing more than to see her dead.

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Author(s): Lisa Jackson
Series: West Coast Series No: 1
Awards:New York Times Bestseller

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Deep Freeze
Product Number: BX00001897
Product Number:Z00911
Product Number:CL066

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Author(s): Lisa Jackson
Narrator(s): Carol Monda
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Product Number CL066
Released: Dec 15, 2005
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781419307157
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Author(s): Lisa Jackson
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Product Number EB00629778
Released: Dec 22, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: Zebra
ISBN: #9781420139341

Professional reviews

"Jenna Hughes wants only to leave Hollywood and have a normal life with her children in rural Oregon. But she can't escape her celebrity simply by changing locations--a homicidal stalker follows her north. Carol Monda offers competent portrayals of Jenna and the story's secondary characters, especially Jenna's daughters. The listener can almost see the older teen rolling her eyes in annoyance and the younger girl struggling between childhood and maturity. If the listener can tune out the incessant reference to any moving vehicle as a "rig," the narrative passages flow smoothly as well. However, skip the epilogue--it serves no purpose save to introduce the next book. R.L.L. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"

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