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Episode Four (Look Back in Anger, #4) S.N. Graves

Episode Four (Look Back in Anger, #4)

S.N. Graves

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Left alone in Arles’s home, Sam finds just the evidence she needs to put an end to the man for good, but now that she has proof that her stepbrother is a very bad man…she’s not so sure she wants it. What she needs more than anything are answers, evenMoreLeft alone in Arles’s home, Sam finds just the evidence she needs to put an end to the man for good, but now that she has proof that her stepbrother is a very bad man…she’s not so sure she wants it. What she needs more than anything are answers, even if they’d make her hate herself as much as she’d like to hate Arles.All Arles wants is to give Sam the answers she seeks, but would she even believe him? What’s more, if she did believe him, would she survive the truth? With the shambling menace now bearing down on them, Arles may have a worse enemy than Marx standing in the way of him finally claiming Sammy as his own.Look Back in Anger Series SynopsisSam cant remember much of being a child, but the scraps of memory she clings to all hold the same terror--Arles Colfter. Now hes blackmailing her, threatening her elderly father, and forcing her to face a past long buried. Plus shes pretty sure hes a baby-eating werewolf.In this urban fantasy novel, all SynthPet technician Samantha wants is to live quietly with her herd of cats and one-eared dog, but when Arles kidnaps her, she’s forced to unravel a thorny tangle of truth and lies, or risk being dragged down the rabbit hole into Arless world of intrigue, gun-toting vigilantes, and...zombies.WARNING: Look Back in Anger is a serial. This is episode four of six. Individual episodes may not have a completed story arc, as they are building blocks to a larger work, much in the way a season of television can be broken into smaller parts. Individual episodes may not all include the same elements, such as sex, violence, and mature language, but it should be understood that these are elements of the series as a whole and any individual episode may in fact include these elements.If you have not read Episode One through Three, you are strongly encouraged to do so before beginning Episode Four.