Freelance journalist Sig Conrad is shot in the head while elk hunting in the Oregon mountains. He survives but now his memory only lasts one day. A second man, Sig's old high school friend, is killed while swimming in Minnesota, the incident made to look like an accident. When Sig travels from Oregon to Minnesota for his class reunion, he finally starts to remember fleeting moments from his painful past. After another friend dies mysteriously, Sig's memory drifts back more vividly. Through the help of a former classmate and girlfriend, Sig starts to uncover a grand conspiracy of murder and political corruption. Clues lead to a fourth man who is running for the Oregon governorship-a man whom Sig had been writing about before he was shot. Will Sig recall everything before the killer finishes the job?
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A saw a review of this book from Midwest Book Review and decided to pick it up. I was really impressed! I've always liked psychological suspense and was glad that Trevor Scott could not only spin a pretty phrase, but come up with an in-depth plot that kept me guessing until the end. I've read a lot of suspense/thriller novels in my time, but this one stood out to me as one I could reread in the future. Pick it up, you won't regret it!