Passing the Torch

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Deep in the Arizona desert live a girl and her dad, burying secrets – and bodies.

Mesa Kingston’s first memory of burying a corpse was at eight years old. Back then it had been the carcass of a large lizard her dad found that they buried in the backyard of their isolated cottage. At age 14, the body of a young lady accompanied the reptile’s remains, and ever since, an accumulation of female bodies began to grow. Now, the only way Mesa can stop the haunting screams of the dead is by drowning them out with flames. Or is there more to the blaze than even she can perceive?

2 reviews for Passing the Torch

  1. Janalyn Prude

    This story sounded so good, it wound up being absolutely fabulous. It takes you in a direction that is already twisted it so you think” Man this book is really good,“ And then you get to the zinger and you’re like oh Em Gee OMG oh my goodness that was so good! Let me just take a moment to say this narrator was so good, she was on point with every emotion, every character and every age she is just awesome and I wonder why don’t I see her on Books tomorrow then. Either way if you like thrillers, I promise you will love this book I did!

  2. Nicollette Blackeagle

    This story was heartbreaking I just wanted to hold Mesa and tell her that she was ok and it was not her fault. Due to traumatic issues that stem from her childhood Mesa slowly spirals downward into an abyss of self blame. Warning this book does have a trigger ending. I know I will never look a jigsaw puzzles the same way again. I can only recommend this book if you are not bothered by triggers of abuse. Angel Clark does a magnificent job at narrating this book. I received this book from Audiobooks Unleashed and this is my honest unbiased review.

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