The Darkest Hour
In the bestselling tradition of Mary Higgins Clark comes a taut and riveting tale of romance and terror by the author of A Cry in the Woods. An innocent woman--a victim of mistaken identity--is caught in the crossroads between the law and the underworld, after she answers a ringing pay telephone at an isolated, all-night gas station.
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