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Piercing the Darkness (The Deepest Darkness #2)

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Get set for the continuation of the Deepest Darkness series with this sequel to Running into the Darkness by D. A. Bale. Samantha Bartlett is running for her life. Haunted by her past actions and with nearly every government agency on the manhunt, Samantha lives alone and off the grid. But those who have come under her care won't let her simply shove them aside. Surrounded ...more
Paperback, 330 pages
Published December 8th 2012 by Createspace
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Elnora Romness
Dec 07, 2013 Elnora Romness rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

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D.A. Bale has successfully followed up a tremendously good book with an equally tremendous sequel that dutifully captures the essence of the characters and plot situations, while doing the entire story justice and still leaving me wanting more when my Kindle says "you are at the end!" A heinous, sinister, baleful, and disgusting plot which contains elements that would intrigue The Brain (of "Pinky and The Brain") has caught our heroine in its clutches, a humanitarian whose soft h
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Judi Schmitz
Oct 06, 2014 Judi Schmitz rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Interesting

keeps you reading till the end
characters are fiction with a touch of reality
enjoyed the read
Will read the next one now
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I like the suspense as the book makes me want to keep reading more and not put the book down until I've finished it. The problem is the books keep ending with a sequel and I've yet to solve the mystery.
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Sometimes life emulates fiction.

Life is filled with tragedy and Ms. Bale's writing reflects this reality. However, there is always a silver lining...even if one must spend their entire life searching for it.

In her previous career, Ms. Bale traveled the United States as a Government Relations Liaison, working closely with Congressional offices and various government agencies. This experience afford
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Other Books in the Series

The Deepest Darkness (3 books)
  • Running Into the Darkness (The Deepest Darkness, #1)
  • Rising from the Darkness (The Deepest Darkness, #3)

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