Misery on the Mountain

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MICHAEL Publishing Company, Nov 1, 1999 - Fiction - 262 pages
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Already in its third printing, this popular novel tells the story of people from two different cultures--mountain and city--drawn together in a fight against the evil that stalks them all. Tuesday and Annabelle live in the same state but in two different worlds. Tuesday, educated and independent, lives in the city; Annabelle knows only the harsh life of the mountain cabin, where she lives with her husband and two other women he has taken as wives. Tuesday never knew that life could change so drastically in just 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 and quiet ways, Tuesday agrees when he asks to see her again. She tries to get to know Jacob and is both intrigued and put off by his secretiveness. Her friend, Cora, is uneasy about Jacob and 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 and Annabelle become shockingly entwined, and the horrific activities of a baby-selling ring are exposed. Set in the beautiful but treacherous mountains of West Virginia, The Cabin stories reveal the best and worst of human nature.

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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

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

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
8
Section 3
32
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About the author (1999)

Henderson is a real estate broker operating her own company and working on more novels.

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