Elsa Cavalon—petrified that the nightmare from fifteen years earlier is beginning all over again . . .
Marin Quinn—hiding with her daughters in their concrete fortress, her storybook marriage over . . .
Perfect strangers whose once-perfect lives were cruelly shattered, they're bound by a long-lost child, a fragile strand of newfound maternal hope—and mutual loneliness. Yet Elsa and Marin are never truly alone. Someone is always nearby, watching them and their children. Someone driven by vengeance and the simple poetry of nursery rhymes . . . Someone who must satisfy a dark need with innocent blood. And now time is running out for two mothers stalked by a cunning mastermind who wants to leave them . . .
Scared to death
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One character who would seem to loom large in the events of the novel is conspicuous by his total absence from this book, while another character appears here but contributes little to the story.Dec 28 2010 | Read Full Review of Scared to Death (Live to Tell)
SCARED TO DEATH by Wendy Corsi Staub is the eagerly-awaited follow-up to LIVE TO TELL.Jan 14 2011 | Read Full Review of Scared to Death (Live to Tell)
The author seems to want to show that truly terrible things can happen more than once to ordinary people.| Read Full Review of Scared to Death (Live to Tell)
When Elsa Cavalon is awakened from a sound sleep by someone calling “Mommy” she immediately thinks of Jeremy but Elsa and Brett Cavalon lost Jeremy, their adopted son.Jan 11 2011 | Read Full Review of Scared to Death (Live to Tell)
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