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Winter Hill by Matthew Farrell
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Winter Hill

by Matthew Farrell

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Matthew Farrell is a natural born storyteller who writes about good vs. evil with chilling authority, spinning tales populated with lifelike characters who draw you into the war. Before you start this book, make sure the doors are locked.-John Ramsey Miller, author of Inside Out and The Last FamilyMartin Weiss just got the promotion of a lifetime. He's become the newest executive vice president for a major financial corporation. Moving from bustling New York City to a quiet home near Woodstock, Vermont, he and his wife Nicole hope to start over and escape the crushing memories of their young daughter's accidental death.At first, the Weiss's new life in Vermont appears idyllic, but trouble lurks beneath the tranquil surface. Their new neighbor, Dr. Alan Fisher, isn't what he seems. An emergency room physician by day, Dr. Fisher appears dedicated to helping the sick and wounded. But the shocking fact is that he's more interested in ending lives than saving them-and he's far too sophisticated to do it merely for the thrill. Dr. Fisher has a much grander vision in mind, and Nicole may very well become part of his diabolical plan.

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