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Publisher Description

Jonathan Flite wants to disappear. Apart from being Rhode Island’s infamous nurse killer about to walk free, he’s also facing more public scrutiny than ever before. The FBI has begun taking his connection to the long-lost Idle County Seven seriously, drawing links between people Jonathan claims to remember and last summer’s nuclear terrorist attack in Geneva, Switzerland. Furthermore, the perpetrator from last fall’s murders at Crescent Rehabilitation Center is still at large, leaving a number of questions unanswered about how and why the crimes might have been linked to the events in Europe. 





When an anonymous stranger begins sending Jonathan letters encouraging him to tell the truth about the Idle County Seven mystery, his loved ones brace themselves for the onslaught of attention it might bring. As media reports creep toward the truth, the scientific and religious implications of Jonathan’s psychological condition begin to pique public interest—and expose those who would resort to violence in order to keep them under wraps.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2016
December 20
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
559
Pages
PUBLISHER
Epicality Books
SELLER
Matthew James Beier
SIZE
4.4
MB

Customer Reviews

RichmondReader ,

An engrossing story where the threads of so many lives weave together

This is the second installment of the Jonathan Flite series. Matthew J. Beier continues in the same manner jumping backward and forward in time to show how events decades earlier still impact the present and future. Past, present, and future human nature does not change. In the 20 aughts here were evil jerks who abused children, in the 20 teens, and in the 2030s people bully, badger and abuse each other. Jonathan did not ask to contain the memories (souls) of the 7 children who disappeared years before his birth, but they make awkward testament against the lies of powerful people. Each book brings more threads so that (hopefully) by the end of the series we will have the complete tapestry.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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