#1 NYT bestselling author David Baldacci returns with his next thriller.
Amos Decker is 42-year-old, 6'4" former football player whose career was ended by a vicious helmet-to-helmet collision. The collision did something to his brain-it caused him to become both a synesthesiac and a hyperthymesiac. He can see numbers in color and time in spatial context. And he can never forget anything, including things he would prefer to forget.
After his shortened football career he joined the police force and worked his way up to detective. Then one night he came home from a stakeout to find his wife, young daughter and brother-in-law horrifically murdered. With no alibi, he becomes a suspect of the investigation and his life spirals downward until he's badly out of shape, a substance abuser and depressed. He mostly sits on a park bench counting colors as his life slips by.
One day a former colleague from the police force brings him a newspaper article. It details a murder in a neighboring state that is eerily similar to what happened to Decker's family. She always liked Decker and hates seeing what has happened to him.
Amos Decker takes the article, rises off the bench and by doing so embarks on a new journey not only for the truth, and to fully and finally clear his name, but also perhaps to save what life he has left.
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