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A horrible family tragedy that may not be what it seems . . .

A past encounter with an infamous killer turns deadly today . . .

An ordinary man must risk his own family to find the truth.

Jay Erlich’s nephew has been found at the bottom of a cliff at Morrow Bay. It’s all just a tragic suicide, until secrets from the past begin to rear up again. Did a notorious killer, jailed ...

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Overview

A horrible family tragedy that may not be what it seems . . .

A past encounter with an infamous killer turns deadly today . . .

An ordinary man must risk his own family to find the truth.

Jay Erlich’s nephew has been found at the bottom of a cliff at Morrow Bay. It’s all just a tragic suicide, until secrets from the past begin to rear up again. Did a notorious killer, jailed for many decades, have his hand in this?

When Jay heads out west to help his grieving brother, he is pulled back into his past—and begins to suspect that his nephew’s suicide may not have been a suicide at all. With eyes wide open, Jay puts his own life at risk to uncover the truth, a quest that goes beyond the edge of madness and a family haunted by a secret past . . . and into the depths of evil.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Gross's suspenseful second stand-alone thriller (after The Blue Zone) raises chills and strains credulity in almost equal measure. When successful surgeon Jay Erlich learns that his troubled 21-year-old nephew, Evan, the son of his older brother, Charlie, jumped to his death off a rock in California's Morro Bay, Jay travels to the coastal town of Grover Beach to help Charlie and Charlie's wife, Gabriella, "both bipolar, each with a history of drug and alcohol abuse." The distraught couple are wondering why a suicidal Evan was released from the county hospital shortly before the tragedy. Though Jay gets no assistance from Charlie and little from the detective on the case, he discovers some disturbing if obscure clues to other deaths past and present linked to Charlie's involvement in the 1970s with cult figure Russell Houvnanian, who went to prison with some of his commune followers for gruesome murders that echo the Charles Manson killings. Gross ratchets up the violence as Jay and his own family become targets for revenge. (July)
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Jay's older brother, Charlie, wandered west during the Sixties and fell under the influence of a dangerous, cultlike figure whose teachings led to violence. For Charlie, the past finally seems safely past—but then it returns to taunt him, and Jay must intervene. Gross, who routinely racks up New York Times best sellers, is here getting a one-day laydown on July 12 and a 200,000-copy first printing. I bet this will be good.
Kirkus Reviews
Inspired by the death of the author's nephew,this is a grim psychological thriller sure to shock readers.

Nothing is evil if it's done out of love. Such is the mantra of a convicted murderer's cult followers. A troubled teenager falls from a cliff, an apparent suicide. But why would the boy remove one sneaker before jumping? And where is that sneaker? Evan Erlich's distraught father Charlie is convinced that Evan did not kill himself even though the family had serious internal conflicts. Charlie himself had once led a drug-addled life, and he and his wife Gabby depend on others for their support. Narrator Jay Erlich is Evan's brother and a successful physician with a loving wife and family and far better circumstances in life. He is drawn deeply into a tangle of fear in which Evan's death is only the beginning. Jay initially seeks to comfort his brother and sister-in-law over their son's death, but like any good hero he asks too many questions and never knows when to quit. He crosses paths with Susan Pollack, who has just been released from prison after more than 30 years. Her lover, Russell Houvnanian, is an unrepentant killer with a magnetic personality and a long memory. Houvnanian lingers forever in a super-max prison at California's Pelican Bay and rarely even sees daylight. What can these people possibly have to do with poor Evan or with the other victims who turn up? And what about the eyes carved into the bodies? Trouble piles on trouble, and absolutely no one is safe, even when it seems that no more disasters can happen.

An emotional, frightening study of evil with believable characters and a relentless pace. Readers who wear pacemakers will want to check their batteries before they open the book.

People Magazine
"A chilling page-turner drawn from the author’s life."
People
“A chilling page-turner drawn from the author’s life.”
Miami Herald
“An energetic story with brisk action and a personal tale about a family gone awry .. vivid story-telling makes each aspect of EYES WIDE OPEN creepily realistic, including the chilling ending. ”
abcnews.go.com
“Gross is a master of 3-dimensional characters... compelling with its intensity.”
Feathered Quill Book Reviews
“Each and every page of this thriller makes the goosebumps stand up as high as they will go... a superb novel full of fear, chills and mind-games that are truly unforgetable!”
The Oklahoman
“Gross offers dysfunction galore in this psychological thriller.”
People
“A chilling page-turner drawn from the author’s life.”
St. Augustine Record
“A good read... an eye-opener... a dramatic story.”
Bestsellersworld.com
“A dark psychological thriller that moves at a fast pace... totally engrossing and one book you do not want to pass on.”
Connecticut Post
“Emotional weight... a harrowing story that works its own terrible magic on a reader... a high velocity page-turner... the personal drama moves us before the thriller elements kick into high gear.
Associated Press Staff
“Gross is a master of 3-D characters….Compelling with its intensity….Gross has written his best book to date.”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061655968
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 7/12/2011
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Andrew Gross is the author of New York Times and international bestsellers The Blue Zone, Don't Look Twice, and The Dark Tide, which was nominated for the Best Thriller of the Year award by the International Thriller Writers. He is also coauthor of five number one bestsellers with James Patterson, including Judge & Jury and Lifeguard. He lives in Westchester County, New York, with his wife, Lynn. You can follow Andrew Gross on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and at AndrewGross Books.com.

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Eyes Wide Open

A Novel
By Andrew Gross

William Morrow

Copyright © 2011 Andrew Gross
All right reserved.

ISBN: 9780061655968


Chapter One

A myriad of lights flickered brightly in the distance. The whoosh
of the surf cascading against the rocks was only a far-off whisper
hundreds of feet below.
From up here, the lights all seemed just like candles to him.
Millions of candles! Like the whole world had all come out and
assembled before him, an endless procession at his feet.
It made him smile. He had never seen anything more beautiful
fin his life. He had always wondered what it would be like from
up here—the gigantic mound of rock, miles and miles of coastline
stretching below.
Now he knew.
You could probably see all the way to L.A., the boy imagined. He
was no longer a boy really, he was twenty-one—though sometimes
he still felt like one.
What are the voices saying to you now?
He stepped out closer to the ledge. "They're saying this is where
I was meant to be."
He had made the climb up hours ago, before it got dark, to be
alone with his thoughts. To calm the noise that was always in his
head. To see . . . And now it was just so beautiful. And all the voices
had quieted except one.
His angel, he called her. The one voice he could trust.
Have you ever seen anything more beautiful? the angel asked
him.
"No, I haven't." He looked down at the lights of the small coastal
town. "Never."
Waves crashed against the jagged rocks below. His heart picked
up excitedly. "I can see the whole world."
Yes, it's all there for you.
He hadn't taken his meds today. Usually that made him a little
foggy, his thoughts jumbled. But today, maybe for the first time ever,
his mind was clear. Completely clear. "I feel just like Jesus."
Maybe you are, his angel answered.
"Then maybe I should just return from where I came. Maybe
God wants me back. Maybe that's what I'm feeling."
You're not meant for this world, the voice replied. You're
smarter. You were destined for greater things. You've always known
that, right?
Yes. The voice was soothing and close to his ear. His heart began
to pound like the surf. There's only one way to find out . . .
He took another step, closer to the edge, the darkness surrounding
him. The breeze brushed against his face. "That feels good. I feel
good. I feel good about this."
Just spread your arms, his angel instructed him.
"Like wings?" He opened his arms wide. "You mean like this?"
Yes, just like that. Now think of heading home. The pain you
will no longer be feeling. You see those lights? They're all so
beautiful, aren't they?
"They are!"
Beneath him, a piece of the ledge broke loose. It took several
seconds until he heard the sound of it breaking apart on the craggy
rocks below. He stepped back, fear springing up in him. "I'm scared."
Don't be. This is the moment it's all been leading to. All these
years. You know this, don't you?
"Yes." He nodded. "I know . . ."
Then open your arms. Just let the wind caress your face. Let the
darkness take you. It's easy . . .
"I feel it!" the boy said. He spread his arms. "I do."
Feel how loving its touch is. How free of pain. You've been in so
much pain lately.
"I have been. Yes, I have."
It would be good to be rid of the pain, just for once. To stop
the voices. To stop feeling he was letting everyone down. He knew
how much of a burden he was. To his parents. To everyone who had
expectations of him. The absence of pain is heaven, isn't it? Heaven.
That would be nice. To finally be free of it.
Then just reach out, the angel said. Let it take you. Like the
wind. Just think of heading home. That's all it is. You can do that,
can't you?
"I think so," he said, nodding. "I think so."
Sucking in a breath, he stepped farther out on the edge, his pulse
picking up speed. Only the cushion of darkness beneath him. The
welcoming sound of the surf far below. How incredibly peaceful it
all was. And those candles, so beautiful . . .
So this was it . . .
"I'm so sorry!" he shouted to the panoply of lights. To his mother
and father. He knew how much this would hurt and disappoint them.
"Like an angel . . ." he said, shutting his eyes. A final cacophony
built in his brain. He stretched out his arms wide, palms in the air.
"Like this . . . ?"
Yes, just like that, the angel said.
Then fly.

(Continues...)



Excerpted from Eyes Wide Open by Andrew Gross Copyright © 2011 by Andrew Gross. Excerpted by permission of William Morrow. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.
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  • Posted June 5, 2011

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    exciting thriller

    In Morro Bay, California, twenty-one year old Evan Erlich leaps off a rock to his death in what was an apparent suicide. Evan's father Charlie calls his younger brother Jay with the news. Though the siblings are estranged, Jay leaves his medical practice to go across the country to Grover Beach to be there for his sibling and his sister-in-law Gabriella.

    Charlie tells Jay he had troubled Evan committed out of fear his son would kill himself, but does not believe the lad took his life. However the state released Evan just before he killed himself. Being a doctor, Jay believes the institution has negligence liability based on their releasing a potential suicidal person. Jay investigates his nephew's death and soon uncovers murky links to other questionable deaths and Charlie's 1970s relationship with cultist murderer Russell Houvnanian while the local cops starting with dedicated Detective Sherwood tell him to go home.

    With an obvious link to the Manson murders, this exciting thriller starts off as a slow paced family drama as parents and an uncle deal with the suicide of the next generation. However, once Jay begins his resolute obstinate inquiry, the plot accelerates as he begins to find a horrific murderers' row which targets the Erlich trio.

    Harriet Klausner

    10 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2012

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    This book left me a state of unsettleness. First a doctor who seems to have everything going for himself and his family takes off and leaves his family to help out his loser of a half brother. Second, this book parallels to the Manson family and his brood of drugged up hippies. It scared me then and it scares me now. I don't like to be riminded of those horrendous murders. Third the author did the unthinkable, he did not give the story a proper ending. Am I suppose to figgure it out. After reading through 300 some pages only to come to that conclusion. It absolutely drives me crazy.

    8 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 15, 2011

    Murder and intrigue in California's "Middle Kingdom"

    This novel is an entertaining and fast read. It is generously peppered with references familiar to readers who know California's central coast. The plot is relatively direct. The cast of characters, easily imagined. It plays out in the mind like television. This comes at the expense (or annoyance) of excessively developing character, location and subplot, again like television. The story gave the two of us here who read it enjoyment and fodder for discussion and comment. There were mercifully few places where I could not suspend my disbelief for the sake of the story. Also, insights into human nature come from outside the story, not within! All in all, it was an entertaining mystery lover's confection.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 22, 2011

    Disappointing

    I've read his other books and enjoyed them. This one...not so much. It's a thinly disguised retelling of the Manson (Squeeky, Tex and the rest) cult murders. Even the names Gross uses for his characters are similar.

    5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 3, 2011

    Great plot

    I was fortunate to receive a free ARC copy of this book.
    This is one of those books that will catch your attention and not let go until the last line. One of those books that will still be in your hands long past bedtime. It is a complex storyline, with all the expected twists (and then some) and with a sinister backdrop that will chill you as you turn the pages.

    The characters are very interesting. The way the author handles the bipolar and schitzophrenic Evan, Charlie and Gabby shows how comfortable he is with his creations. Their dialogue feels natural and even their delusions have a steady core of truth. There is no melodrama here. Jay, the main character, provides a lucid wall for them to bounce against as he tries to discover just what happened to Evan, his nephew. The villain, a Manson-like cult leader, has that charm and coldness that rings real enough to frighten the reader. I will not be forgetting him any time soon.

    When it comes to the plot, I could tell how carefully planned it had been. Most of the pieces fit together perfectly, propelling the reader down through secrets that werekept hidden for too long. There are a couple of plot points that weren't completely resolved, and which left me wondering. They were not extremely important and could have easily been cut out, which make me question why they weren't. But don't let that put you off, this is a book to read.

    I can highly recommend this book to anyone who loves thrillers, mysteries, or just a well-crafted novel. Just don't be surprised if you can't look at a dollar bill quite the same ever again.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2012

    On the edge of my seat!

    2 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2011

    not recommended

    I have enjoyed Andrew Gross's other books, but I thought this book was not worth reading. I found the storyline to be very far fetched and unnecessarily violent.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 19, 2013

    I really enjoyed this book, as i have enjoyed all of his books!

    I really enjoyed this book, as i have enjoyed all of his books! The ending wasnt what i expected, but that is why he is such an excellent
    writer. You won't be sorry if u purchase this.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 18, 2013

    Highly Recommend

    First book by this author that I have read-and it was a good one!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2013

    Like a Manson rewind.

    Started out as a good thriller. As the story progressed,became too much like the Manson story. I also have to question whether Dr. Jay was released from the hospital with his mouth still wired shut. Normally it takes longer than a few days for a broken jaw to heal. Also, is there a sequel since we were left hanging at the end. For the most part, I enjoyed reading the book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2014

    Stay away

    It is about a suicide that quickly evolves into a murder mystery, with a Charlie Manson look alike in the background.
    A drugged out family,blessed with a psychotic son, who hates his parents to the point of abusing them verbally and physically, but they still love each other very deeply. The word dysfunctional is to meek to describe their relationship with each other, and the hero, who is a half brother.
    All along the Manson like character controls two disciples who commit a chain of murders, from a maximum security prison.
    Hard to fathom? You bet ya. The story ends with a puzzle that I don't believe even Mr. Gross completely understood, just for the sake of leaving everyone who read the book to the end in limbo.

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  • Posted August 27, 2014

    Great book !

    Great book !

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2014

    CLUB BIOS

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Not the best

    It seemed a rip off on the charles manson murders

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2014

    Thriller

    Why would a doctor get so involved in his messed up brother's life? This same brother knew why but kept silent about his son's murder. The book is a thriller. I did not like it though. As far as the ending, it seems obvious the revenge is not over.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2013

    Couldn't put it down!

    Fast paced, kept me interested. Hoping for a sequel

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2013

    Dhu b 6-75

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    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2013

    Sissy 4/2013

    Really good

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2012

    good writing

    Would have given 5
    stars but did not like the epilog.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2012

    Moving mystery.

    The book kept you reading right to the end. The ending left me confused. The cover left me wondering just how scary the book was going to be saying lock the doors and such but it didn't seem that threatening because the victims were targeted.

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