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Lost Things
Lost Things
Lost Things
Audiobook2 hours

Lost Things

Written by John Rector

Narrated by Todd Haberkorn

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars



About this audiobook

2013 International Thriller Award Winner

Evan Teller has everything going for him: a good job, a beautiful fiancée, and the prospect of making partner at his firm. But it all comes crashing down one dark night on an empty street, when one bad decision turns his dream life into a nightmare of cover-ups and lies.

What begins as a celebration with his old college friend, Peter, ends with a deadly confrontation so heinous the two make a pact to never tell anyone about it-especially the police. The truth has a way of getting out, however, and when the trail of bodies doesn't stop at just one, Evan realizes the truth about Peter may be far more dangerous than he could have ever imagined.

Lost Things is a taut, suspenseful tale of secrets, lies, and murder that builds to a shattering, surprising climax.

Release dateJul 10, 2012
Lost Things

John Rector

JOHN RECTOR is the bestselling author of THE GROVE, THE COLD KISS, ALREADY GONE, OUT OF THE BLACK, RUTHLESS, THE RIDGE, and BROKEN. His short fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and won several awards including the International Thriller Award for his novella LOST THINGS. He lives in Omaha, Nebraska.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    A novella that packs all the frightening tension of a full-length thriller. Evan Teller thought he knew his friend Peter pretty well. He was wrong. When a night at a bar ends in a violent confrontation, it has far reaching effects on Evan's friendship with Peter and his entire life will never be the same.
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    One wrong choice that changes everyone's lives. I have some issues with this story - it is well written and some of the actions come as a surprise but at one point it turns into a cliche - all the way to the end. Still worth reading - for the first 75% of it. Although half of the characters (including the narrator) are really overdone and unbelievable..
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    It was getting very good until BAM the abrupt ending. Its as if the writer was not finished writing the story and just called it a day. Grrrrr.. Unless of course there is a part 2 and I overlooked it. I want to know! This is where imagination comes in to play.