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Summary

When best-selling thriller writer Andrew Danner wakes up in a hospital bed with no idea how he got there, he is horrified to be told that he is responsible for the murder of his ex-fiancee.
©2008 Gregg Hurwitz (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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Not his best

a decent enough story underneath but too much (in my view) description of things largely irrelevant e.g. long-winded descriptions of L.A. and its inhabitants.

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Not his best

Ranting about Los Angeles was mostly unintelligible to a Brit and I had to skip a couple of chapters. Hurwitz is usually my favourite but not this book. It was ok I suppose but even Scott Brick seemed to struggle with it and certainly not his best performance either

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Riveting

Really interesting plot that grips you instantly and constantly has you second guessing the conclusion. Unfortunately, the voice of the reader is SO irritating that I was switched off within seconds. I persevered to the end but wish I had simply read the book. I wouldn't buy another audible book read by Scott Brick.

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Boring

The description of LA and the hero’s location was boring. We could not listen beyond chapter 2 although the idea of the story was interesting the lengthy description of his location just went on and on so we deleted it, waste of money.

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Absolutely brilliant

One of my absolute favourite authors, always so gripping. great narrator too. wish I could get them all on audible

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Excellent story

This story starts the action in the first sentence, and doesn't stop until the end. definitely an 'edge of the seat thriller.