Liz Daniel along with her husband Paul, and their two children, Reid (8) and Ally (6) are going on a rare vacation. Tired from travel they decide to stop and stay over in a hotel and start again fresh in the morning. Exhausted from the long travel day everyone is soon asleep.
When Liz awakens feeling refreshed and ready to go, she finds that her children have left the room. In fact, as Paul and Liz search the hotel frantically they find that the two young children are nowhere to be found.
As life spins dizzily out of control and the police are called; Liz suddenly discovers that her children were not taken by a stranger at all. Someone she trusts with her life, has committed the ultimate betrayal… and Liz will stop at nothing to get her children back.
Ruin Falls has that intriguing type of synopsis that pulls you in. Where did the children go? Who has them? And what does that mean that they are with someone the mother knows? Why would someone you trust take your children?
And all of this…
I can not tell you.
What I can tell you is that Ruin Falls has just enough creep factor skimming along it that you find yourself engaged in what is about to happen. Walking right alongside Liz as she searches… finding clues along the way that make this read go from a thriller to a chiller.
I listened to this one on audio with Cassandra Campbell narrating and she is always a good listen!