“These days the nightmares don’t end with waking…they just get all the more real.”
Sometimes it was hard for Sarah to believe that the horror of life in post-apocalyptic Ireland could always get worse.
With Mike gone—mysteriously vanished from their camp—her only option is to go on the road to try to find him.
The road is filled with bandits, opportunists, ex-army and one particular hunter who knows only too well what Sarah is looking for and is determined she won’t find it.
In Dead On Sarah pulls deep for every ounce of strength she has left to leave both her children behind while she searches for the man she loves.
The man she knows didn’t leave her voluntarily.
Along the way she’ll finds answers to questions she never dreamed existed.
Unthinkable questions that force her to make a dreaded, final decision once and for all.
For better or worse.
Praise for the Irish End Game series:
"A love story, a disaster story, a survival story. The woman who is afraid of everything now had to make it in a world where there is everything to be afraid of."
"Post-apocalyptic adventure set in Ireland...absolutely engrossing!"
"You'll be on the edge of your seat every step of the way."
"Here's one to put at the top of your READ NOW list. Absolutely riveting."
"Well done dystopian fiction; love the Irish setting and thecharacters. Not at all predictable."
"Definitely one of the best series I've read in a very long time."
"If you liked Diana Gabaldon's "Outlander," you'll love this. In fact, The Irish End Games would make a far better TV series than"Outlander." Great style, plot, storyline and totally believable characters."
"After the bomb went off, it's now hunt, farm, garden...or die. I was enthralled by these books. There are so many original turns of events that you simply won't see coming."
"Could NOT put these books down once I started!"
"Absolutely addictive series."
"Once you start, you can't put the books down."
"Strong American heroine in a world coming down around her ears. Fascinating, well done and totally believable."
"I couldn't help wonder what I would do if this happened here. Scary but very real."
"A mother, father and small son from Florida take a vacation in Ireland. A disaster throws the country back a hundred years. No electricity, no food, no cars. It's a great story. Reading them was like riding a roller coaster."
THE IRISH END GAMES