Butte Silver Bow Public Library

King, Stephen, 1947-

Mile 81 [sound recording] / Mile eighty-one Stephen King. - New York, NY : Audioworks, p2012. - 2 sound discs (ca. 2.5 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. - 023000

Unabridged. Compact discs. "Includes bonus story, 'The Dune,' read by Edward Herrmann, and an excerpt from '11/22/63'"--Container

Read by Thomas Sadoski.

Young Pete Simmons just wanted to have some fun and explore when he stumbled onto the old abandoned rest stop at Mile 81 on the Maine turnpike. Instead, he discovers a scene of bloodshed and carnage. A car has pulled into the boarded-up service station, a run-down, muddy station wagon without any plates, and without a driver. As the car claims the lives of one would-be good Samaritan after another, Pete decides that it's up to him to stop the evil car before he becomes its next victim.

9781442349131 1442349131



Roadside rest areas--Maine--Fiction.
Station wagons--Fiction.
Human-alien encounters--Fiction.
Good and evil--Fiction.
Suspense / Thriller.
Good and evil.
Human-alien encounters.
Roadside rest areas.
Station wagons.


Suspense fiction.
Short stories.
Horror fiction.

PS3561.I483 / M47 2012ab


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