- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 13 hours and 33 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Hachette Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: May 26, 2010
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003NVMDVW
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Alyssa Bradford asks filmmaker Eric Shaw to create a film documentary about the life of her mega rich father-in-law, Campbell Bradford. Campbell's history is a carefully guarded secret and the only clues about his past are the name of his hometown (West Baden) and a murky bottle of mineral spring water that he has kept his entire life. On his deathbed, Campbell is in no position to assist in the project (or is he?) and Eric Shaw must travel to West Baden to try to uncover the information necessary to produce the film and receive a very large amount of money for his efforts. Even before he leaves Chicago, strange events begin happening that make him question what he has gotten himself into but he continues to move forward since the money is critical at this point in time. What unfolds in West Baden will keep the reader guessing and intrigued until the very end.
I have seen this novel classified as horror but I think that is misleading. I NEVER read horror but found this book to be more suspense and paranormal intrigue. If you enjoy a good mystery and a strong sense of place, this novel would be one to try. It is a bit long and I thought there could have been some editing in the middle section to tighten it up but the beginning and end make it all worth it. I finished the last 200 pages in one evening since I couldn't put it down once I got started. Really strong writing on its own and a particularly enjoyable read if you are from the area.