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The Devils' Cradle[Kindle Edition]

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Language English
Contributor(s) Darcy Daniel, Timothy Poulton
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Overview: The Devils' Cradle

On Australia’s island state, more than one species of Tasmanian Devil exists... <br> <br>Beneath the surface of Nina Holt’s perfect marriage lurks a life of terror inflicted upon her by her politically powerful husband Michael and his brother Greg, a sadistic detective. For over a decade they have managed to keep Nina imprisoned, using her to satisfy their every whim. <br> <br>Worse still, the only light in her life—her 9-year-old son, Sam—considers Michael a hero. When Sam imitates Michael’s violence by lashing out at her, Nina knows it’s time for both of them to escape before Sam truly turns into the monster Michael is grooming him to become. <br> <br>After crashing her car in her haste to escape, kind motorist Case Herder offers her help. Unaware that he has his own plans for her, Nina accepts, igniting a deadly game of cat and mouse as they flee across Tasmania with Sam. <br> <br>As Michael and Greg relentlessly hunt them down to Cradle Mountain, Nina finds herself with nowhere left to run. Cornered, she has no choice but to face evil head-on.
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Language English
Publication Date January 15, 2014
Publisher N L Lamont
Contributor(s) Darcy Daniel, Timothy Poulton
Binding Kindle Edition
Page Count 480
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  1.  Terrifying and Emotional!!! 12 December, 2014 On
    The Devil’s Cradle by Darcy Daniel narrates the brutal tale of Nina Holt. To the outside world Nina leads the perfect life – a world of immense comfort, wealth and luxury as she is the wife of the Premier of Tasmania, Michael Holt. But the truth that is reveled to us is much more torrid and brutal. As a teenager Nina had run away from home and gotten hooked on drugs. To fund her habit, she and her boyfriend began to steal from wealthy people’s home. When she was caught stealing from Michael’s home, her world turned upside down.
    For the next decade she is kept captive by a sadistic Michael and his equally masochistic brother Greg. Nina is beaten, tortured and sexually assaulted for years. But what keeps Nina going is her son Sam and the dream that one day she would escape from her misery. Meanwhile we also meet Casey Herder, widower and ex-cop who has not yet come to terms with his wife, Julie’s death as he was never able to solve and catch the perpetrator. While cleaning out Julie’s belongings Case discovers a hidden phone belonging to Julie where he reads messages exchanged between Julie and Greg. Suspecting Greg’s involvement Julie’s disappearance, he decides to investigate and find the truth.
    And that is when Case and Nina’s world’s collide. Case decides to tap into Greg and Michael’s phones to uncover any clues. Unfortunately he overhears Greg and Michael’s torturous assault on Nina. The very next morning Nina escapes with Sam and the money she has stolen and accumulated from Michael. But unfortunately, she crashes the car and Case comes and rescues them as he’d been hovering around Michael’s house.
    How Case, Nina and Sam try to escape from their precarious situation forms the rest of the narrative. We also learn that the genesis of Greg and Michael’s violent selves came from their abusive father, Larry and their mother who ran away leaving them to their father’s mercy. This knowledge is shocking but it still doesn’t make you sympathize with them.
    Nina’s interaction and how much she struggles to reach out to her son Sam (who has been brain-washed for years by Michael that women are weak and not capable of doing anything) was heart-breaking to read. Case reconnecting with his in-laws (Julie’s parents, David and Emma) was beautifully detailed. And of course Nina and Case’s growing attraction, trust, respect and love for each other was such an emotional journey. How they help each other to deal with their issues and overcome them was incredible.
    All in all ‘The Devil’s Cradle’ made for one terrifying but extremely moving and aching tale. Just a word of caution, the rape, torture and murder scenes are explicit and very, very, very hard to process and not meant for the light-hearted. But sadly it just iterates what an ugly world we live in.
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