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Drum

Will Overby

Publisher: Black Cat Books

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Two years after his wife died Hamilton Bradford still struggles with his grief.  And although he and his new girlfriend have a wonderful life together, Ham still can't shake a feeling of dread.    When his father suddenly turns ill, Ham reluctantly reaches out to his estranged brother, Bruce - more out of obligation than anything.  But after being falsely accused of rape and imprisoned for seven years, Bruce isn't sure that reconciliation is the best idea.    And now Ham's teenage son, Kipp, is exhibiting menacing signs of psychotic behavior, plummeting into a world of violence and madness that threatens not only himself but everyone around him.    These disparate lives collide in a firestorm of dying dreams, shattered expectations, and brutality that will leave you chilled to the bone.

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