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Roger Belkin has everything going for him, the career, the car, the marriage. Roger spends his days working as an investment manager and planning his life with his wife, Lois. But just as Roger is living the American Dream, on one cold, dark night, he will lose everything. A horrific traffic accident tears Roger and Lois apart and sends this loving husband on a tragic journey to find his wife. How far would you go to find the one you love?

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"This is a good airport book for a fast trip and it may even appear in a made [for] TV film." – Amazon Top 10 reviewer

"The story is tightly written, and powerfully told. It catches your attention and doesn't let you go. It is a story of hope and perseverance. It is truly a 5 star novel." – Amazon Top 200 reviewer

"Sturak has a good imagination, which is evident in the original plot of this story." – RT Book Reviews

"Emotional, chilling and definitely not what I expected..." – Senior Reviewer / MidWest Book Review

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ISBN: 9780982589410
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