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Every Second Lost by Dylan Lawson

Every Second Lost

by Dylan Lawson

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Twelve years ago, Elias Hawks took his eyes off the road for just a second, and in that second, his life changed for ever. He lost the girl of his dreams, but following a long rehabilitation, he gained a new perception on the world. He can sense what people are feeling, when they're holding something back, if they're sick or in pain. Now, working as an accident investigator, Elias can spot a faked collision or a fraudulent claim in even the most convincing cases. Then the girl whose life he destroyed all those years ago appears out of the blue and tells him that her daughter is missing and she needs his help to find her.… (more)

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