Praise for The Hills Report:
“First time novelist Shawn Sprague has penned a well-plotted, well-researched thriller that opens with a bang and keeps readers hooked to the last page…the plot never slows and is jam packed with unforeseen twists and snappy dialogue…deserves to be on the shelves alongside novels by John Grisham and Dan Brown.” - Forward Clarion, Jill Allen (5 Stars)
“...A superbly written and riveting story populated by memorable characters that we would all recognize from our own cable “news” shows in a story that could be the stuff of today’s headlines.” - The
Dan Abbot is struggling through an early midlife crisis. After divorcing his wife of eighteen years, he moves into a one bedroom apartment and begins facing his new reality: He’s a middle-aged single father who’s been stuck in neutral for as long as he can remember. He’s trying to start over with his eleven-year-old son, and a potential relationship with a younger neighbor has him feeling optimistic for the first time in forever…but all that is about to change. He’ll soon be taking a reluctant trip into his past to confront a horrible incident and a long buried secret that could threaten everything he cares about.