What starts out as a long overdue camping trip for Keith Mitchell and his two sons turns into one of terror and survival. Mitchell, who wants to spend a week with his two sons before his estranged wife takes them to another state, takes them on a camping trip the kind that Mitchell used to go on when he was a child. However, the trip quickly turns deadly as Mitchell battles the forces of nature during a torrential thunderstorm and puts him on a collision course with Nicky Jones, who won’t let anyone stand in his way, as he flees across the country with law enforcement on his tail.
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You know the adage, “the proof is in the pudding?” Well, that’s how I felt when I received my proof of Bureau 39 in the mail today. It’s a big day when you see the physical copy of your book for the first time. It’s a thrill that never gets old. Even though I had […]