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The most terrifying monsters aren't found in dreams....

Four young socialites have gone missing in the Chicago area. Two found dead, bearing the signature marks of a brutal serial killer. With the kind of tragedy that mars Nola Tensley's past, she should be concerned, but without a pot to piss in, all the struggling single mom cares about is making a normal life for her son.

After all, she's clearly not the murderer's type. Or is she?

When Rhett Voss, an enigmatic and handsome stranger, answers her ad for the outdated in-law suite at the back of her property, offering double her asking price, Nola really can't refuse. Even though the supposed Wall Street Wolf seems better suited for a high-rise downtown - a suspicion that quickly turns into hindsight once she submits to the flirtations of her charming new tenant and, consequently, unearths a series of disturbing revelations.

Her curiosities lead her down the path of a madman whose moniker, The Sandman, only hints at the grisly nature of his crimes. He's smart. Evasive. A cunning psychopath with a twisted method of disposing his victims.

And his hunting grounds are hitting too close to home.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Keri Lake (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 20-02-21

Skip to number ,2

so I feel like I wasted time listening to this. the entire story doesn't answer any questions of why the sandman after her. the whole book is just a long introduction on each character. could have read the summary on each character and went to number two to find out whose the sand man and why he wants nola

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  • Ap2514
  • 06-05-20

Dark and disturbing

Yes this book is pretty disturbing but if you’ve read other books by Keri Lake than you shouldn’t be too surprised. The narrators do a wonderful job, in fact at times the voice of the Sandman is almost too creepy.

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  • Zoeb
  • 05-09-20

When the last thing you want to do is sleep!

Wow what a book this was. When your worst nightmares become a reality. When the Sandman isn’t that guy from folklore who helps you’d sleep...this one will keep you up all night, the last thing you want to do is sleep.

Nola is just trying to keep it all together, she’s gone from one heartbreaking situation to another. Now someone wants to give her more pain.

Voss, looking for someone from the past who shouldn’t be alive, he’s forced into a situation he wasn’t expecting.

Things look like they’re about to take an interesting turn of events!

Keri get again pulls it out of the bag to bring us a dark psychological triller.

Unfortunately I wasn’t so keen on Alexander for Voss, loved Lidia for Nola.