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- Listening Length: 10 hours and 8 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Books in Motion
- Audible.com Release Date: January 15, 2003
- Language: English
- ASIN: B001CMOO70
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Before long, Cotwell’s actions led the dissolution of Sam’s family – and sent her into years of servitude with the local pastor and his wife. Biding her time, Sam eventually got the job she needed to pursue Cotwell – a bounty hunter.
Cotwell has a younger brother with the same amber, tiger eyes – Trace Harden crosses Samantha’s path – he’s looking for Hannibal too. He has a letter from his dead wife Etta, swearing that Hannibal had raped her repeatedly while Trace was in New Orleans. Etta states that she could not live with the shame of carrying her rapist’s baby, so she hanged herself. Trace plans to kill his brother for his betrayal.
Samantha develops a plan to get Hannibal – put his brother in jail on a trumped up charge, have a trial (her great-uncle will be judge) and sentence Trace to death by hanging. It is widely known that the only living person Hannibal cares about is Trace.
Trace reluctantly agrees with the plan because he wants Hannibal to come out of hiding too. Sam swears he won’t hang. That promise leads to some extraordinary maneuvering to save Trace.
I really liked both main characters (Trace and Samantha) – they were wounded warriors. Hannibal, who doesn’t show up until the last 25 pages, is a huge presence. Over the course of the book, Trace tells about his childhood with Hannibal and it becomes clear why Hannibal turned against his fellow man.Read more ›
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I have loved everything Ms. Osborne has written, but I didn't care much for this book. I did feel it was predictable. Read morePublished on January 15, 2013 by Breanna