If I Should Die Before I Wake

If I Should Die Before I Wake

by L. W. Ferguson


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David and Jesse Turner have been happily married for seven years when a fatal car crash takes Jesse away from David. Jesse lies in a hospital bed, fighting for her life. She is thrown into another world, unaware that she is in a coma.

Aaron Edwards has spent his life fighting to avenge the wrong that was inflicted on him from an early childhood. He spent the first nine years of his life hidden in an attic then he was separated from human compassion in an institution. While fleeing the scene of a crime, he is also caught up in the same fateful car crash. Together he and Jesse discover that everything is not as it may seem.

Thomas Keyes, a decorated police officer, lost his wife and child to a serial killer years ago. He leads an ongoing investigation in search for the person or persons responsible for a series of brutal murders. The investigation runs into a wall, but through a strange twist in fate, a nurse named Edith Allen opens Thomas's eyes to an incredible realization.

It is said that beyond all reason, there exists another world. A world not controlled by rationality or predictable thought, but the unpredictable subconscious mind. What happens if that world is discovered?

David sits by Jesse's bedside hoping for a miracle when he, as well as Thomas Keyes, are challenged to believe the impossible. Can the world as they know it, hide another whole and complete existence? David is forced to make a choice. In a race against odds, David must decide whether to kill or be killed. His resolve is tested as he takes a leap of faith and follows his heart. Can he save his wife from a serial killer?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781438962627
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 03/28/2009
Pages: 348
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

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