END OF THE ROAD Cover Reveal

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My third suspense novel from HarperCollins Witness Impulse, END OF THE ROAD, drops January 31, 2017! Here’s the new cover, which I absolutely love.

To celebrate, I’m running a Rafflecopter giveaway, in which you can win a $50 Amazon gift card! Scroll down to enter, and for information on how to add END OF THE ROAD to your Goodreads and to pre-order the novel.

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  • Patricia Stoltey

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    Fantastic cover!! I’ve added it to my Goodreads “Want to Read” list — maybe someday I’ll catch up to everything I “want to read.”

  • Linda Moffitt

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    Haha Roads in Pittsburgh would have to be the scariest Thanks for the giveaway The book looks Great

  • Danielle Corrow

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    this soundws like a very good book to read!! Thanks for sharing <3

  • Lindy

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    Oh the scariest road would be The Dragon in the Smokey Mountains in Tennessee. It’s has 318 curves in only 11 mile stretch. Motorcycle heaven and hell. or any road in West Texas at night when you play Deer Lottery

  • Beth Ann Tilley

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    The scariest road I’ve ever been on looked like sleepy hollow with all the trees.

  • Anonymous

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    I can’t wait to read it! Been. Waiting for 1/31/17 for a very, very long time!

  • Judy Schechter

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    I really can’t think of a scary road. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  • Becky Richardson

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    The scariest road I have ever been on is called The Snake. It is in the mountains and is a very scary road.

  • Natalie

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    The scariest road I have ever driven was a cross back road in the mountains of Colorado!

  • Emily Endrizzi

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    The name of the scariest road I have ever been on is called Rabbit Slide Road. It is basically a giant dip, down and then back up. At the top there is a cemetery. Once at the bottom of the hill my friends and I were parked. We saw a strange shadowy animal thing cross the road in front of us. We got out of there quick after that. Lol.

  • Kristina Oden

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    The Scariest road I have ever driven….. Definitely Kinmont Straight in South West Scotland. No lights – just total blackness, out in the middle of nowhere, and you can’t see anything but spooky figures around every curve. It’s nicknamed the “Ghost Road.” Just thinking abut it sends shivers up my spine!!!! If you want to get really freaked out, go drive this road!

  • Michelle VanDaley

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    Moss Mill Road in Leeds Point NJ – The house that the Jersey Devil was born in is located on that road..I have seen lots of scarey things at night down that road

  • Anonymous

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    The scariest road is Commissioner’s Road at Reservoir Hill in London, Ontario, Canada. It is a tight S curve up a steep hill and in the winter or when it rains the rest of the year cars slide all over the road and you can’t see what’s coming or how fast or even if someone in front of you is sliding backwards.

  • Mary Margaret Devine

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    The scariest road is Commissioner’s Road at Reservoir Hill in London, Ontario, Canada. It is a tight S curve up a steep hill and in the winter or when it rains the rest of the year cars slide all over the road and you can’t see what’s coming or how fast or even if someone in front of you is sliding backwards.

  • Irma

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    You should see the roads in my country, lol. But other than that – no, I haven’t been on a dangerous one.

  • Anonymous

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    The scariest road I drove on was a road that was a narrow one lane road that wound down from a mountain top in alaska.

  • debbie

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    The scariest road Ive been down was the one around the corner from the street I lived in. It was incredibly steep but as kids we used to skate down it screaming all the way. And then did it again lol

  • Rajee Pandi

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    Very interesting book to read

  • Susan Biddle

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    The scariest road I have ever driven on was cemetery hill road just outside Altoona, Pa. My friend and I lost almost 3 days time, were reported missing, and later remembered driving on that road screaming that “they were following us”. Later we woke up simultaneously crawling up the hill in the graveyard, trying to reach a light by a tombstone. I will not drive on that road again.

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