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A blizzard, a farmhouse, and a family at war. Giles and Marion Wilkerson are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. They have recently moved to France, and it seems like the perfect excuse to invite a few friends and family over. Vicki Wilkerson, their daughter, has been once before, but this time she is bringing a friend; her new fiancé; Akash. Her father does not approve. 

When Vicki's brother also arrives uninvited, the situation takes a turn for the worse. Giles and Robbie have not spoken for years. Tensions begin to rise, and not just among the family. Some of their old friends also have scores to settle. With the phone lines down, heavy snow on the way, and no mobile signal to be had, it looks like they will be staying at the farm for far longer than anyone anticipated. And it won't be long before bad feeling spills over into violence and murder.

©2019 Greg Wilson (P)2021 Greg Wilson

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I Deserve A Purple Heart 💜 For Listening To This

Neither the writer nor narrator should have tackled this stinker,.. positively awful from start to finish…
Author was stuck in a loop of repeating the same drivel over and over…
Quite literally ghastly..