Misery on the Mountain

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Michael Pub., 1999 - Fiction - 262 pages
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Tuesday & Annabelle live in the same state but in two different worlds. Tuesday, educated & independent, lives in the city; Annabelle knows only the harsh life of the mountain cabin, where she lives with her husband & two other women he has taken as wives. Tuesday never knew that life could change so drastically in such a short time. When her car breaks down in sub-zero weather, she is faced with the choice between freezing or accepting help from a stranger. She chooses to trust the stranger named Jacob. Attracted to his good looks & quiet ways, Tuesday agrees when he asks to see her again. She tries to get to know Jacob & is both intrigued & put off by his secretiveness. Her friend, Cora, is uneasy about Jacob & asks Tuesday to be careful. Meanwhile, Cora continues an ongoing search for her daughter, who was kidnapped two years earlier. As this fascinating story unfolds, the lives of Tuesday & Annabelle become shockingly entwined & the horrific activities of a baby-selling ring are exposed. Set in the beautiful but treacherous mountains of West Virginia. The Cabin reveals the best & the worst of human nature.

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Review: The Cabin : Misery on the Mountain (Cabin #1)

User Review  - kathryn w - Goodreads

It has been a while since I read this book but I did enjoy it . I read a when I didn't have a computer and it was recommended to me by a bookstore employee because it was a local author. I live in ... Read full review

Review: The Cabin: Misery on the Mountain: 1 (Cabin #1)

User Review  - Kathy - Goodreads

This book was light reading. Probably more of a young adult book. It is the first of a series. It was fast reading. Read full review


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