Three women embark on a hellish journey in this electrifying novel of survival and friendship
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Mary “Killer” Crow, the toughest young Cherokee prosecutor in Georgia, is heading home to North Carolina. There she plans to visit her mother’s grave and hike with her two closest friends on the beautiful yet demanding wilderness trail she loved as a child.
But Mary has made a deadly enemy. Her most recent courtroom victory spurs a killer into tracking her through the wild, obsessed with wreaking his vengeance. And he’s not the only predator stalking Mary and her friends through the merciless mountain terrain. Pushed to the limits of their endurance, these three women discover a capacity for loyalty—and for violence—they never dreamed possible.
Filled with unexpected twists and gut-wrenching suspense, In the Forest of Harm pulls you through a labyrinth of psychological terror and keeps the thrills coming until the very end.
“A top-notch thriller.”—People
“Hair-raising . . . harrowing.”—Publishers Weekly
“Bissell tightens the screws slowly and expertly.”—Kirkus Reviews
"Bissell masterfully drives the plot with . . . gut-wrenching suspense.”—The Ashenville Citizen-Times