“With Alan Baxter’s patented adrenaline-fueled style intact, we witness Eli Carver’s descent into madness first hand, powering through guilt and memory in his near overwhelming journey to redemption.”
Eli Carver is a hitman on the run. Still reeling from a psychotic break with reality, he finds himself behind the wheel of a car that’s not his, with a woman he doesn’t know. Somehow, Eli has managed to find himself on the wrong side of the criminal syndicate, and these heavies are playing for keeps. With nowhere to run, no one to trust, and enemies hot on his tail, he has no choice but to discover exactly what’s going, or go crazy trying. From the author who brought you the Alex Caine series, Hidden City, and Crow Shine, Alan Baxter’s latest is a hard-hitting southern gothic with a hint of the supernatural.
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With Alan Baxter’s patented adrenaline-fueled style intact, we witness Eli Carver’s descent into madness first hand, powering through guilt and memory in his near overwhelming journey to redemption. John F.D. Taff (The End in All Beginnings) says: “Manifest Recall grabs you by the scruff of the neck from word one and doesn’t let go. It’s fast paced, bad people doing bad things to other bad people. I gobbled it down in two nights. You should, too. Highly recommended!” Forthcoming from Grey Matter Press, Manifest Recall by Alan Baxter releases 26 June 2018 and is available for pre-order.
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