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Ten half-conscious seconds are all a woman remembers from her kidnapping. Small clues linger in her broken memory, clues she hopes will be enough to identify the kidnapper. A police officer takes her under his wing and together they begin an unconventional investigation, using what little she knows to track down their suspect. As her memory fades, truth begins to meld withTen half-conscious seconds are all a woman remembers from her kidnapping. Small clues linger in her broken memory, clues she hopes will be enough to identify the kidnapper. A police officer takes her under his wing and together they begin an unconventional investigation, using what little she knows to track down their suspect. As her memory fades, truth begins to meld with fiction. Time is running out. Will she remember? What will she remember?...

Title : Coarse
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ISBN : 17306341
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 23 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Coarse Reviews

  • J. Ewbank
    2019-01-02 06:30

    This book by Peterson is one that you will like to read. It is short in pages but long on plot. Th twist at the end comes on fairy suddenly. You get a tip from another character but if you are not awake you might miss it. A good read.J. Robert Ewbank author "john Wesley, Natural Man, and the Isms" and "Wesley's Wars"

  • Hemantkumar Jain
    2018-12-24 03:11

    a very interesting read. how a few seconds of consciousness helps a lady and an over-zealous cop catch the perpetrator of a kidnapping. What comes after the perpetrator is punished ... that's the real surprise.

  • Cindy
    2019-01-14 05:17

    Loved it! It was a perfect scary story to keep me wide awake to finish it in one reading! Amazingly I didn't dream of cages afterwards. And lucky for hubby he doesn't have a beard! Looking forward to more exciting reads from this author!

  • Kay LaLone
    2018-12-28 10:11

    Fast read. Intense. Grabs the reader from the beginning and keeps them reading to the twisted end. Loved this book. Thanks D.T. for a good read.

  • Morleymor
    2019-01-06 08:40

    An easy, though predictable, read.