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Crash

Narrated by: Pete Simonelli
Length: 8 hrs and 1 min
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What if you couldn't remember the worst thing you'd ever done?

When Jed Allen wakes up at a desk in New York City, he has no idea who he is. The evidence around him shows he's a hotshot architect, and a photo in his wallet reveals he has a beautiful girlfriend named Cassie. But when he goes home to seek her help, Cassie is nowhere to be found.

Self-penned notes remind Jed that he's been suffering bouts of amnesia since a car crash nine months ago. As he plays private detective with the facts of his own life, he discovers more and more about his character. But when he finds a bloodied dress in the trunk of his car, amid news reports of a serial killer abducting women from Central Park, Jed has to confront the possibility that his lost memories could contain the darkest secrets imaginable...

Nobody around him has the answers to his questions. Who is the killer? And where has Cassie gone?

©2018 Keith Houghton (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved

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Don't waste your time

weak storyline predictable plot. there's nothing to recommend this story. part of my life I'll never get back

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  • shelley
  • 19-01-2018

A bit predictable...

I have listened to and enjoyed all of Keith Houghton's book, especially the Gabe Quinn series. I personally wish he would continue that series.
Of all his books I have to say this one is probably my least favorite. It's not a bad story but it is predictable. The prologue sets up the book with the protagonist stalking his "girlfriend ". He causes a car accident which causes him to have amnesia, and he witnesses a horrific accident that must have caused her death. Time goes by and he suffers from a form of amnesia that comes and goes. Meanwhile there's a serial killer out there and he gets arrested for the crimes. There's a lot in between , this is the short version. Anyway, did he do it or is he being set up since he doesn't know if he did it or not. But in the meanwhile he's still looking for his girlfriend...
The end of the epilogue is actually quite funny if not a little ominous.
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  • Cheryl Ann Marshall
  • 24-05-2019

Original

A very original story. I had my suspicions but the end surprised me. Kept me engaged.

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  • tyler
  • 19-03-2019

A must read!

I would highly reccomend Keith's other book no coming back if you enjoy this one very good read.

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  • Javajuls
  • 18-01-2019

as always Loved Keith's story and characters. looking forward to the next one. I raced through this and wish it we're longer!

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  • JoAnn Pine
  • 25-08-2018

Keeps you on your toes.

What's the truth? Who's the killer? Where's the girl? Just exactly who is Jed? The one with morals and a concience, or the forgotten scum bag?

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  • Silva
  • 22-04-2018

Good book

This the kind of story that will grab your attention from the start. The ending was good and left you thinking "I knew it! "

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  • SugarBrown96
  • 10-11-2019

OBVIOUSLY

The ending was obvious. It felt like the Author got bored & lost steam. And I think both men were psychopaths.

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  • Natalie
  • 27-08-2019

Fourth book I've thoroughly enjoyed

Keith Houghton's writing style is magnificent. He has been the only author I have read that leaves me toying with the "who done it" at the end; coming up with several scenarios, and challenging me to choose the right one. You won't be disappointed.

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  • D. Erdman
  • 01-08-2019

Modern Jekyll/Hyde, or is it?

I found this to be an infuriating read. 75% of this novel is inner-monologue, much of which is the same repeated confusion of the protagonist. I also found none of the characters likable, except one minor one, a detective. By the end of the story (including the last few minutes) I understood better why I was repelled by them, but it left me feeling unsatisfied. I really enjoyed a previous book by this author and will read the others in his body of work. I just hope they don't follow this same frustrating pattern.

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  • Keith E
  • 21-05-2018

Good ending

kept waiting for the author to get to the point... wasn't sure where it was going and how the various story lines would converge

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  • janet goudie
  • 04-03-2018

Confusing

I found this book troubling. I found I was unable to keep up with who the characters were. As an older person, with a poor memory, it was not a good theme for me.

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  • Michelle
  • 13-07-2018

Thoroughly this book

Many books these days jumps from one scenario to another. This book does too but you can actually keep up with it with audible readings.

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