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A horrible family tragedy that may not be what it seems . . .
A past encounter with an infamous killer turns deadly today . . .
An ordinary man must risk his own family to find the truth.
Jay Erlichs nephew has been found at the bottom of a cliff at Morrow Bay. Its all just a tragic suicide, until secrets from the past begin to rear up again. Did a notorious killer, jailed for many decades, have his hand in this?
When Jay heads out west to help his grieving brother, he is pulled back into his pastand begins to suspect that his nephews suicide may not have been a suicide at all. With eyes wide open, Jay puts his own life at risk to uncover the truth, a quest that goes beyond the edge of madness and a family haunted by a secret past . . . and into the depths of evil.
About the Author
Andrew Gross is the author of the New York Times and international bestsellers Eyes Wide Open, The Blue Zone, The Dark Tide, Don't Look Twice, and Reckless. He is also coauthor of five number one bestsellers with James Patterson, including Judge & Jury and Lifeguard. His books have been translated into more than twenty-five languages. He lives in Westchester County, New York, with his wife, Lynn.
Praise for Eyes Wide Open LP…
“An emotional, frightening study of evil with believable characters and a relentless pace. Readers who wear pacemakers will want to check their batteries before they open the book.”
-Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“Gross’s suspenseful second stand-alone thriller (after The Blue Zone) raises chills and strains credulity in almost equal measure.”
“A chilling page-turner drawn from the author’s life.”
“An energetic story with brisk action and a personal tale about a family gone awry .. vivid story-telling makes each aspect of EYES WIDE OPEN creepily realistic, including the chilling ending. ”
“Gross is a master of 3-dimensional characters... compelling with its intensity.”
“A good read... an eye-opener... a dramatic story.”
-St. Augustine Record
“A dark psychological thriller that moves at a fast pace... totally engrossing and one book you do not want to pass on.”
“Each and every page of this thriller makes the goosebumps stand up as high as they will go... a superb novel full of fear, chills and mind-games that are truly unforgetable!”
-Feathered Quill Book Reviews
“Gross offers dysfunction galore in this psychological thriller.”
“Gross is a master of 3-D characters….Compelling with its intensity….Gross has written his best book to date.”
“If there are tricks of the trade, Gross has learned them all. He writes with seeming ease, offering no fancy stylistic tics, no overwrought prose, no melodrama, just a menacing tale with effective twists, perfect pacing, intriguing characters, and heart-gripping suspense.”
-Library Journal (starred review)
“Gross’s suspenseful second stand-alone thriller…raises chills…”
“Emotional weight... a harrowing story that works its own terrible magic on a reader... a high velocity page-turner... the personal drama moves us before the thriller elements kick into high gear.