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A new psychological thriller from Mark Lukens.

What is the truth? What is reality?

Twenty-six-year-old Zach Hughes and his wife Michelle were just hoping to have a nice dinner at a restaurant on a Friday evening. As Zach is seated at the table, Michelle goes to the restroom.... She never comes back.

After a frantic search, the only thing Zach finds is his wife's purse in the bathroom with her keys, money, and cell phone inside. The only witness is an elderly woman who saw Michelle leave with a man. Zach believes his wife was taken.

The police are called, but they get nowhere, believing Michelle left Zach. The next morning, Zach is questioned by two detectives who believe he did something terrible to his wife. With no police help, Zach begins searching for his wife, unearthing clues. As he digs into her past, he finds that she's led a secret life.

Every night since Michelle's disappearance, Zach wakes up to find himself fully dressed, the lights on in his house, and his front door unlocked. Has he been sleepwalking? He's never done that before. Could it be connected to his wife's disappearance? He films himself while he sleeps to see where he goes while sleepwalking, to see what he does.

What he sees on the video scares him to death...and it's only the beginning.

Pick up Sleep Disorders and discover the terrible secrets along with Zach.

©2017 Mark Lukens (P)2020 Mark Lukens

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Amazing book

Amazing story and Jason Hill is one of the best narrators that I ever heard

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  • Geoff
  • 23-06-20

Excellent psychological thiller!

I enjoyed this one quite a bit. Has that really intimate first-person perspective that sucks you in. Feels like psychological horror at first, then twists into a thriller! Jason Hill was the perfect choice here. I'll be checking out the author's other books! Highly recommended!

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  • Jason
  • 09-06-20

Not sure what Mr ‘Skip it’ was getting at...

I found the vast majority of this book to be extremely enjoyable! The looming dread, the dreams, the surprisingly violent (and satisfying) ending. I burned through it in just a few days. The write does such good job building stock characters into fully formed, multi dimensional human beings and the narrator hams it up in a way I could really get into! Helluva a good thriller :)

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  • Ann
  • 17-05-20

SKIP IT.

The narrator did a good job on keeping the pace of the action up and the various characters’ voices realistic. If you are an avid fan of government conspiracy theories advanced in a story with implausible plots, this book is for you. Otherwise, forget this book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-11-20

Best.Book.Ever.

This book was wonderfully written and expertly narrated by Mr. Hill. I was captivated from beginning to end.