Unspeakable

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Hodder & Stoughton, Nov 10, 2011 - Fiction - 512 pages
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Carl Herbold enjoys being bad. And he is terrifyingly good at it. He graduated easily from juvenile delinquent to full-blown killer. Now he has carried out a daring escape from jail and is headed back to where it all began. Anna Corbett was widowed right before her son was born. Beset by debt and personal tragedy, she faces the toughest challenge of her life - holding on to the ranch that is her son's birthright - unaware that she is at the centre of Carl Herbold's vengeful plan. Drifter Jack Sawyer is a seemingly easygoing cowboy whose past is shrouded in mystery. Stalked by secrets he can no longer outrun, he is hoping to protect Anna and her son from Herbold's rage. All must grapple with their own demons before the final tumultuous confrontation.

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A killer's escape from prison, the arrival of a mysterious stranger at Anna Corbett's cattle ranch, and Anna's own self-imposed silence are somehow connected in Brown's latest. Following up 31 New ... Read full review

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Deaf widow Anna Corbett, her young son, and her father-in-law hire a drifter, Jack Sawyer, as a handyman on their small east Texas ranch. There's much to do around the place since Anna's husband died ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Sandra Brown is the author of numerous New York Times bestselling thrillers. She lives in Arlington, Texas. Visit her website at www.sandrabrown.com and follow her on Twitter: www.twitter.com/SandraBrown_NYT.

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