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By Michael Lister

A 2010 Florida booklet Award finalist!One fateful fall night, because the solar sinks and the darkness expands, flora and fauna photographer Remington James ventures deep into the river swamp to aim out a few new gear and cost his digital camera traps.While checking his digicam traps, scanning the eerie photographs of overexposed deer and bats and foxes, Remington comes around the so much haunting pictures of his life—the frame-by-frame catch of a surprising crime. through exposing the legal, Remington has uncovered himself to chance, even attainable extinction. Hunted like an animal by way of the predator and his psychotic pals, Remington needs to do issues: make it during the evening and make it to the river—and the percentages of doing both are narrow to none."Double publicity is really riveting! I sat down, plugged in and did not wake up until eventually the final web page. With elegiac prose, insightful characterization and a splendidly creative plot, Michael Lister has squeezed each ounce of terror and thrills out of a gloomy evening within the woods."—Michael Connelly, writer of The Scarecrow"A Hitchcockian mystery. A spellbinding page-turner.” -Booklist"Lyrical, evocative prose, similar to Cormac McCarthy‘s 'The Road.'”-Panama urban information Herald"Mr. Lister's eloquent evocation of the wonderful thing about the world and its non-human population makes transparent to the reader what has drawn his protagonist again and simply explains James' go back to the career on which he had grew to become his again. The threats to the region's atmosphere are made both brilliant. the unconventional is thought-provoking, whereas while the writer deftly keeps and progressively builds suspense. Mr. Lister's writing is stylistically clean, usually alliterative, and particular. "Double publicity" is a totally unique and finally haunting paintings, and it truly is hugely recommended."-Gloria Feit

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Would he feel the same way had Heather not called and told him about her undeveloped feeling? I would, he thinks. Though he can’t quite identify what, there was something menacing about the man. Threatening. He’s up to something illegal—and not just trespassing. It could be poaching or over-the-limit hunting, but it’s far more likely that he’s the grower. Remington’s great-grandfather, Henry Clay Cole, a turpentiner who moved his family over from Mississippi, buying thousands of acres for less than a dollar each, had to contend with moonshiners—ridge runners as he often referred to them.

Animals, mostly. Some trees. —What kind of animals? —Deer, gator, fox, bear, boar, and the Florida panther. —Ain’t no panther this far north. —So everyone keeps telling me, but I’ve seen it. —The hell you say. —I have. When I was younger. And I’ve seen its tracks since I’ve been back. —Well, you best be gettin’ back. Be dark soon. Easy to get lost out here. —Thanks, I will. I’m almost done. —Wouldn’t wait, I’s you. Want me to, I’ll take you in. —Thanks, but I’ve got a compass. The man cackles at that.

Decision. Should he turn back now, begin making his way to the hidden ATV, to a cell phone signal, report the crime and call Heather, or continue onward, deeper into the swamp to check his camera trap? No question. He knows what he should do. He also knows what his father would do. In fact, the should voice inside his head belongs to his dad. What Cole James would do. He’s thinking a lot more about that these days. More than at any other time in his life. Why the gods make fathers and sons so different is an eternal mystery.

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