Abigail Stone reti red and moved to the beauti ful State of Washington. She planned to play tourist for a while before looking for volunteer opportunities. One bright spring Tuesday Abigail went to visit and photograph the old grist mill located some 25 miles from her home in Vancouver. On the way back from this venture, she was forced off the road by a red pickup truck. A red pickup truck that was shooti ng at another vehicle. The Lower River Road is narrow and without guardrails. Abigail found herself upside down on the side of the road. All she could see was the river below her. Being of a curious nature, once she and her vehicle had been uprighted and towed home, she set out to fi nd why the red pickup truck was shooti ng at the other vehicle. That vehicle was found with several bullet holes in it and its occupants missing. This story follows Abigail as she makes new friends and visits the Oregon Coast in an effort to unravel the mystery. At the conclusion she realizes that the one thing she learned from this adventure was that you could never panic too early.
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Published November 18, 2010
Literature & Fiction.