Ever Present Danger (Paperback)

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Can You Ever Escape Your Past?

At eighteen, popular Ivy Griffith likes nothing better than getting stoned with her boyfriend, Pete, and his basketball buddies–until one afternoon when a nightmare unfolds. Ivy watches in horror as her boyfriend and his friends murder a teammate and bury his body in a remote location. The four friends make a pact to keep the killing quiet, and Ivy flees her parents’ Colorado home for college and never looks back.

Now, after ten years of numbing her guilt with drugs, she’s finally clean. The single mom of a seven-year-old son, Montana, Ivy returns home to the tiny town of Jacob’s Ear, hoping for courage to reveal the shocking truth of her past and be rid of this baggage forever.

But when disaster strikes at her high school reunion, she’s the only one left alive who witnessed that fateful night so long ago…Or is she? Who else could’ve known about the pact and who would want Pete and his co-conspirators dead? As the investigation heats up and the death toll rises, Ivy is forced to decide if confessing the truth is really worth risking her own life.

About the Author


Kathy Herman is the bestselling author of eleven novels, including The Baxter series, Poor Mrs. Rigsby, and the Seaport Suspense novels. Her thought-provoking stories are ordinary enough to be believable and extraordinary enough to stick with the reader long after the cover is closed. Kathy and her husband, Paul, live in Texas and have three grown children and five grandchildren. They enjoy world travel, deep sea fishing, and bird watching–sometimes incorporating all three into one big adventure.

Praise for Ever Present Danger…


Ever Present Danger has all the tightly woven drama, excellent characterization, and suspense Kathy Herman’s readers have come to love.”
- Hannah Alexander, author of Grave Risk and Death Benefits

“Be prepared to stay up late as you get to know the people of Phantom Hollow — a place you’ll want to visit again and again.”
- Carol Cox, author of Ticket to Tomorrow and Fair Game

Product Details ISBN-10: 1590529219
ISBN-13: 9781590529218
Published: Multnomah Books, 04/17/2007
Pages: 336
Language: English


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