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#1 REVIEWERon 16 February 2018
"Crash" is well written with a complex plot that had me madly swiping.
This is a gripping story where You follow The protagonist, Jed Allen, a successful architect suffers from intermittent amnesia which he sustained in a crash months ago. With no memory he is trying to piece together his life, make sense of the clues around him, work out what kind of person he is...

Once again, Keith Houghton has come up with another compelling page turner.
The story has lots of twists and turns to keep you guessing.
A great psychological thriller that had me gripped right to the end.
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on 12 February 2018
This book kept me hooked from the start trying to piece the story together ahead of time, as expected there are many twists and turns to keep you hooked.
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on 17 May 2018
Well constructed who dunit. You don't know until the end . A good read on a plane. Well done author. More please.
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on 29 January 2018
Wow. I couldn’t put it down. Great storyline. Another great read from Keith. Can’t wait for the next one.
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on 9 February 2018
Enjoyed it
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on 27 January 2018
From the very first opening paragraph, you are hooked. Delving into the psyche of a man who just was more than likely someone to be despised before amnesia set in, to a possibly new man with morals, a man Jed wishes to become desperately and along this difficult and gut wrenching journey many questions are asked of his previous life, few can be answered easily. But can a leopard change it’s spots is the real question. I love this authors books as he never fails to throw in something totally unpredictable, and to be frank I just couldn’t put the book down despite my not wanting it to end too quickly. It is certainly a gripping read and I would highly recommend it. Nailed the ending as usual.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 7 March 2018
I thought this book was really stupid.I skim read it just to see how it was going to be resolved
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on 20 May 2018
This book has everything. A great storyline that keeps you guessing even to the last words. Once I started this book I just couldn't put it down
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 19 January 2018
Jed Allen is the senior partner in an architecture firm in New York. His life has all the elements for happiness ie love, a rising star and comfortable until the car crash while spying on his girlfriend. This leaves him with intermittent amnesia and next to no knowledge of his life prior to the accident. The more he finds out about his past the less he likes himself. The amnesia limits his ability to relate to normal life and gives him the conscience he lacked before. He knows one thing and that is Cassie is his girlfriend but where is she? At the same time as he searches for her women are found murdered by a killer dubbed the Boston Park slasher.
Police arrest him partly based on a statement supplied by Gary his business partner and childhood friend. Under duress, Jed confesses and incarcerated for the crimes.
It was only towards the end you find out how Arnold Seltzer fits into the storyline and what a surprise twist, one of several in the story.
I was almost 100% certain who the killer would be and when confirmed did a mental YES! In no way at all did this detract from my enjoyment of a great read.
This will make you consider if someone can really change? Does it start all over again…one drink, one smoke or one more photo? What a very interesting concept and written in a way you cant break loose until the final page.
I consider this would almost be described as a psychological mystery thriller and one many will enjoy as much as I have.
Thank you to the publisher for providing a digital copy of this book via Netgalley. A great read and thanks for the opportunity to provide a review.
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on 24 February 2018
Really enjoyed this book, memory loss is an intriguing storyline, must be so disorienting to lose your memory, something so fundamental. Jed wakes up without his memory and from there must figure out what kind of man he was/is, run a business and save himself in the process. A good read.
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