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By: Ted Dekker, Erin Healy
Number of Pages: 336
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
|Publication Date: 2009|
Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.44 (inches)
Stock No: WW548191
Is dying for the truth really better than living with a lie? Find out in this gripping psychological thriller from New York Times bestselling author Ted Dekker and Erin Healy.
Let me tell you all I know for sure. My name. Shauna.
I woke up in a hospital bed missing six months of my memory. In the room was my loving boyfriendhow could I have forgotten him?my uncle and my abusive stepmother. Everyone blames me for the tragic car accident that left me near death and my dear brother brain damaged. But what they say can't be truecan it?
I believe the medicine is doing strange things to my memory. I'm unsure who I can trust and who I should run from. And I'm starting to remember things I've never known. Things not about me. I think I'm going crazy.
And even worse, I think they want to kill me.
But who? And for what? Is dying for the truth really better than living with a lie?
"Dekker and Healy prove a winning team in this intriguing, imaginative thriller." James Scott Bell, international bestselling author
"Kiss by Erin Healy and Ted Dekker is a superb thriller that hooked me from the first sentence. The original plot kept me guessing, and I may never look at a kiss the same way again. Ill be watching for the next book!" Colleen Coble, USA TODAY bestselling author
"A perfect 10 packed with romance, politics, scandals, and non-stop suspense." Laura Wilkinson, Olympic gold medalist and world champion diver
"Dekker and Healy form a powerful team in crafting redemptive suspense. Kiss is emotionally absorbing and mentally intriguingdont miss it." Lisa T. Bergren, bestselling and award-winning author
'Imagine that you awake from a coma and discover that you have no memory of the past six months. You have a boyfriend you don't remember; your beloved brother is severely brain damaged (your fault, apparently); you're up on charges of drug possession and criminal negligence; and, oh yes, your father, who is currently running for president of the United States, despises you. That's the situation facing Shauna McAllister, who must try to regain her memory if she's to clear her name and find out what really caused the car accident that nearly killed her and her brother. But there's one problem: a group of conspirators will kill her if she starts to remember anything. This is a very enjoyable thriller with plenty of twists and turns--one of those books where you're afraid to get too close to the characters in case one or more of them turn out to be keeping some nasty secrets (and, here, some of them are). A definite treat, not just for Dekker and Healy's devoted fans, but for anyone who enjoys a good thriller that keeps you guessing until the very end.'