Narrated by Patricia Fructuoso
Length: 13 hours and 44 minutes
This is book #1 of “The Darcy Walker” series
Fifteen years ago, Darcy Walker’s parents thought it was a good idea to give her a unique name: Darcy, meaning “dark walker.”
Whether that was a stroke of genius or stroke of stupid, they definitely nailed the irony.
She lacks direction, her grades stink despite a high IQ, she’s boringly average – although flirting admirers claim otherwise – and God help her, she’s infatuated with a bad boy.
A bad boy that her hottie best friend, Dylan, wishes would get acquainted with his fist.
And, oh yeah, there’s that tattoo that was a royally stupid idea.
With her life spiraling out of control, everything changes when she skips class and finds a dead body…in fact, it gets worse.
It jump starts Darcy’s inner-verb, and her brain hardwired for action gets caught up in a situation she can’t let go.
Set in the fictional Cincinnati town of Valley, Ohio, Darcy falls into a world of threats, violence, and gangland exploits chasing down every clue to finger the murderer.
When a fellow misfit is arrested for the crime, Darcy goes from zero-to-sixty trying to clear his name – constructing aliases, breaking the law, everything that makes perfect sense to her but reeks of Grade A Stupid to everyone else.
Trouble is…will she live to see sixteen?