The Girl in the Rabbit Hole by RJ Law
English | 2019 | Mystery/Thriller | ePUB |331 Kb
The Girl in the Rabbit Hole:Warning: This story includes strong language, violent scenes, references to cannibalism and sexual situations. It is intended for mature audiences only.
“Thrilling, suspenseful and unforgettable … a spellbinding journey.”
– Ronald J. Bushwell, HBC Literary Review
Claire Foley has attracted the attention of some very dangerous people.
They want her to do something, and they’re willing to pay good money. But, these people aren’t asking — they’re insisting.
Now, Claire finds herself in a bizarre, unpredictable setting, surrounded by threatening men with uncertain goals and terrifying desires.
Faced with shocking revelations and a deepening mystery, she must find a way to escape the inescapable, before they force her to do the unimaginable.
“An immersive, very well-written roller-coaster ride with surprises around every corner.”
– Sarah McDaniels, The Candid Book Review
“Tense, fascinating and beautifully written … a classic psychological thriller that will leave readers breathless.”
– Lois McGinty, The Best Books Journal.
“For nearly half a decade, Claire had worked at Clairmont University, assisting a brilliant man, while he continued the research of another brilliant man who’d lived many years before. Like most brilliant men, Paul Devaney knew he was brilliant, but he didn’t seem to notice that Claire was, too. Or if he did, he intentionally kept it to himself, out of pride or thoughtlessness, who could say?
Over the course of those five years, Claire worked alongside this disgusting man, while his big fleshy nose squealed like a teakettle with every breath. While she worked, he’d pace behind her, years of abrasion patterns marking the cut of his lazy, scuffling path.
“No, no,” he’d say. “Do it again.”
And she always did, while his tiny black eyes burned holes in the back of her head.
Nearly everyone at the university had contemplated murder fantasies for Paul Devaney; however, most seemed content enough when they learned he’d accepted a job at Viox Genomics, one of the most prominent genetic labs in the country. That was a big day. People passed cute little smiles as they crossed in the hallways: secrets between subjects, better times ahead.”