Book Description

In the four years since breaking off her engagement, Maggie Kincaid has fled from city to city, seeking to escape her ex-fiancé Michael’s relentless pursuit. Abandoned by a criminal justice system that cannot seem to protect her despite multiple restraining orders, she is ready to give up. But it isn’t that easy. Maggie’s dead grandmother keeps haunting her dreams, warning her in cryptic phrases of the future. Or is it the past?

Determined to end her ordeal one way or another, Maggie confronts Michael, and he disappears, seeming to have tired of the chase. Instead, the hunter has decided to make himself the hunted, in a way that no one could have imagined. Knowing both the depths of his psychosis, and the repeated failures of law enforcement to help her in the past, Maggie decides she has no choice but to go after him alone.

What follows is a chase across five states that takes Maggie from New York to Washington, D.C., and into the deepest corners of her mind. Maggie Kincaid is about to learn that you can be stalked by things far worse than a love gone bad

Book Details
List Price: $3.99
Print Length: 370 Pages
Publisher: Atticus Creative
Publication Date: March 3, 2017
Language: English
ISBN: 9780997897494

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A Million to One: A Supernatural Thriller (The Fasano Trilogy Book 2)
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One Plus One: A Supernatural Thriller (The Fasano Trilogy Book 3)

About the author

Tony Faggioli
Los Angeles, CA

Tony Faggioli was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the University of Southern California, where he majored in Public Administration and interned at The White House. After college, he transitioned to corporate America before deciding to start his own business. One day, he realized that nothing brought him anywhere near the amount of joy as the writing he did from grade school all the way through high school. So, at age 35, he returned to school and rekindled his passion. He's now written four novels and begun his fifth. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.