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Into the Fog by Michelle Godard-Richer


A riveting sci-fi mystery, Into the Fog will grab your attention from the start through to the shocking revelation.


When single Mom, Heidi, skids off the slick road in an ice fog and wakes in an unfamiliar place with no memory of how she got there, she can’t make sense of her surroundings. The intense heat of the desert terrain coupled with the isolation of the street where she meets a group of strangers bring an eerie atmosphere to Ghost Town, a micro community in the middle of nowhere.


When it becomes apparent there’s no easy return home to her daughter in their small Alberta town nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Heidi teams up with the leader of the group in an attempt to find answers and a way out of the hellish prison. A sense of urgency develops as people disappear. Added to that is the sudden appearance of two people from Heidi’s hometown. As Heidi pieces together the reason why they have all been brought to this strange location, she uncovers danger from a hidden source.


Author Godard-Richer sets a fast pace by switching scenes from Heidi’s ordeal to her daughter, Emma’s frantic attempts to find out what happened to her mom. The dual perspective kept me on the edge of my seat, wondering whether they would ever be reunited. A nice combination of Heidi’s thoughts and dialogue with the other characters makes the story an easy, enjoyable read.


With more than one mystery to solve, Into the Fog builds suspense with each turn of the page. If you’re looking for a surreal thriller to keep you reading late into the night, this is it.





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