At a young age in the Maine woods, Diana Jackman learned to move freely in the wilderness, to sense a world invisible to most. A natural tracker fromThis is the first of six books he'll be giving away, all for the cost of your email address. He explanation, from his website:
a long line of shamans, healers, and hunters--an estranged wife and mother--she has returned to the woods to find again a place of magic...and death.
Eight hunters have gathered on an isolated estate in Bristish Columbia to track record book whitetail dear. But someone else is watching the hunting party--an insane and violent force of nature, hiding in the blinding whiteness of the Canadian winter. And now the hunters themselves have become the game.
For the first time in her life, Diana Jackman will know what it is to be prey.
To survive she will have to rely on her father's teachings, and set out alone to hunt the hunter.
If you read one of my stories of suspense and intrigue and do not enjoy it, you have not spent a dime, and I hope you’ll try another. They’re all different.
And if you read another one and like it, awesome. You are still under no obligation to pay me anything, nor do I expect it.
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You’re asking: What is there to stop me from downloading one of Sullivan’s books, liking it, but then not sending him a donation?
Nothing. And you know what? That’s cool too. I’m just happy you enjoyed my storytelling, and I hope you come back to read another free book next month.