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If Jess Stark really knew what was on the other side of the coffin lid, he might just decide to remain six feet under . . .
Jess stayed away from Palm Springs for seven years, avoiding his family and the girl who broke his heart. It took a desperate call from his mother to force him home to see his ailing father. As soon as he returned, Jess found himself embroiled in two suspicious deaths, emotional turmoil with his family, and a supernatural secret that involved them all?winding up in an unmarked grave in the middle of the Coachella Desert.
In a tale that spreads from the California Desert to the jungles of Mexico and set in a town that time has practically forgotten, Descending Son is rooted in the sins of Jess?s past and a future that threatens his life. Sure, Jess can go home again, but there?s a heavy price to pay.
Scott Shepherd has worked in television as a writer and producer for over twenty-five years. While studying as an undergraduate at Stanford, he developed one of the first courses on mystery and detective novels, which remains part of the curriculum. His television credits include "The Equalizer,? "Miami Vice,? "The Dead Zone,? "Quantum Leap,? for which he received an Emmy nomination, and "The Outer Limits,? for which he received a Cable Ace Award. Scott has collaborated with numerous best-selling novelists including Karin Slaughter, Harlan Coben, and Stephen King, whose novel The Colorado Kid was the basis for the current SyFy hit "Haven.? In addition to his television work, Scott teaches writing at the prestigious graduate program of University of Texas, Austin. Scott lives in Los Angeles with his wife Holly.
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Descrizione libro Brilliance Audio, 2014. MP3 CD. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 1480538221
Descrizione libro Brilliance Audio, 2014. Compact Disc. Condizione libro: Brand New. mp3 una edition. 7.25x5.25x0.50 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria 1480538221