by Iain Edward Henn
On a rain-drenched night, a young husband runs to the corner shop – and never returns.
Eighteen years later, his body reappears.
-Reappears, wearing the same clothes, and on the same street from which he went missing.
-Reappears, and is the victim of a hit/run driver.
He looks exactly the same now as when he vanished.
His widow, Jennifer Parkes, is determined to solve this enigma once and for all.
Other bodies are found, all missing eighteen years. None seem to have aged.
On the trail of a vicious killer, Jennifer and homicide detective Neil Lachlan are drawn into a human minefield of deception and terror; into the depths of a mystery that baffles the police and defies logic. Investigating at the forefront of scientific and medical technologies, they confront a threat that is closer than either of them could ever have imagined.
“The novel’s pacing is solid…hooks readers into caring about the chase…” – Publisher’s Weekly
“Fast paced, great plot…hard to put down…” – from Amazon.com
Iain Edward Henn is an author of novels and short stories in the mystery/suspense/thriller genres, and a blog, Take It As Read, with random thoughts about writing, publishing, pop culture and most things under the sun. He has a background in newspaper and magazine publishing and lives on the outskirts of Sydney with his wife, Janne.
His short fiction has been published by magazines in England, North America, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Australia and New Zealand and his story, ‘Private Day,’ was also published with the Scandinavian University Press.
His novels are ‘Disappear,’ and ‘The Delta Chain,’ which was an Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Quarterfinalist, and has appeared on the Amazon UK’s Mystery and Thrillers bestseller lists.
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