Keri Beevis – Dying to Tell

As the only survivor of a horrific car crash, Lila Amberson believes she is on the road to recovery after she is released from the hospital. Her memories of the accident are blurred, though, and a series of unsettling incidents leave her fearing for her safety. Does she have survivor’s guilt or is something more sinister at play?

Jack Foley is reeling from the shock of losing his sister in the crash, so when he first meets Lila, he lashes out, blaming her for Stephanie’s death. But when Lila gives him a locket that she believes belonged to his sister, it presents more questions than answers.

As Lila and Jack work together to find out what really happened on the night of the accident, they are unaware that someone is watching them closely – someone who has much to lose if the truth comes out, someone who is prepared to do everything necessary to ensure all loose ends are taken care of.

Author: Keri Beevis
Narrator: Eilidh Beaton
Duration: 13 hours 40 minutes
Released: 20 Apr 2002
Publisher: Dreamscape Media, LLC
Language: English

User Review:

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The book does not make sense. I can count at least five story lines that were not closed. It switches back and forth from one incident to another and it is difficult to identify the books intended focus. It is not about the two girls in the car accident. Tim Johnstons first book is much much better. I do not recommend The Current.