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Marsh was a man on the run, an ex-con that got lucky that day. His only concern now was to survive; survive and stay ahead of the tracker.

Issy was lost in the woods. Wandering away from the Girl Scout campout, she had become confused and was on her way to a slow death.

Essie was the kidnap victim, just in the wrong place at the wrong time. She had no choice now but to survive as well.

The manhunter Barnes, the tracker sent to find the man. He had been paid a lot of money for his skills and would find this man no matter what.

“The man we’re looking for is an escaped convict. They were transporting him from a maximum-security facility down to Texas. By the way, there was a little girl lost right around here about a month ago; a Girl Scout, it's possible our whacked out friend may have her. If that's the case, may God have mercy on that poor girl; I shudder to think of the things that maniac is capable of doing.”

He looked down at the little girl lying there on the ground; using two fingers, he checked the pulse at her throat. She had a pulse, a weak one, and she was still alive; Marsh lifted her and put her over his shoulder.

The pretty blond lady knelt by the fire as she was stirring it back to life, she was lost in her thoughts; so deep in her thinking, she didn't hear the two come up behind her. “Don’t move. Don’t make a sound.” said the man’s voice. The lady’s green eyes were wide with fright. She had flinched, he had startled her, but she wasn’t about to move, not with that knife at her throat. 



“Captivating details of surroundings and survival, mostly in a mountain setting. The three characters were brought together under very unusual circumstances, and as intriguing events unfold they become a family unit that can never be separated; as represented in the symbol of three hearts seen on the back of the book.                                                                                                         

 “Another Fantastic read by Ernest Pendergraft. The only thing I didn’t like about the book was I didn’t have enough time to finish it all in one sitting. Good book and highly recommended!”