|Fear (2006) [Novel]|
by Jeff Abbott
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What if you could forget the worst moment of your life?
Miles Kendrick is a federal witness hiding from the mob, constantly haunted by the horrifying memories of his best friendís death. While helping his psychiatrist with a mysterious favor, Miles stumbles into a murder - and an illegal medical research program that could free him and millions of others with post-traumatic stress disorder from their crippling fears. In the wrong place at the wrong time, Miles ends up in the cross-hairs of Dennis Groote, an ex-FBI agent turned hitman. Groote is determined to find a cure for his traumatized daughter ó and to gain control of a secret drug formula worth billions on the open market, a formula he believes Miles possesses.
Pursued by both Groote and government agents, Miles runs for his life. He draws on his old skills as a mobsterís spy to survive a deadly duel of strike and counterstrike with the unrelenting and brutal Groote. Miles finds two unlikely allies: a mentally broken ex-soldier and a reclusive woman whose life was destroyed by violence. To save them all ó and with one last chance to be the man he once was ó Miles takes the battle back to the powerful, murderous forces who want to silence one troubled man before he can get his life back...
Original title: Fear
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense