The Burning of Grey by Giselle V. Steele

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Reid Davis lives a quiet life in a small, rural town on a simple street. He visits his doctor once a week for therapy after an accident left his body nearly dead but his thoughts, though jagged, very much alive. And in his mind, he shares a life with people that don’t exist outside of it. He has no recollection of the accident and in fact, has little memory of anything that happened before it. With his world in a gaining spin, he tries to piece his jigsaw life together with nightly occurring dreams he believes hold clues.

The haunting dreams reveal a fractured, hodge-podge of images and moments in his life of terrifying and unsettling events, the beautiful face of a statuesque and mysterious woman, and an ambiguous existence as a prominent philanthropic innovator whose invention that may change the world, has inadvertently changed his life.

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Published January 23, 2012 by Stuart & Weitz Publishing Group. 282 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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