Missing Person

  • by William Michael Davidson
  • Narrated by Rich McVicar
  • 9 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Brett Cole is one of the nearly 3,000 Americans who go missing every day; however, in Brett's case, he disappears willingly. Thirty years old and disillusioned, he packs his bags (including his Smith & Wesson) and vows to reach Mexico.
Halfway there, Brett stumbles upon a kidnapping and FBI Special Agent Hayden makes it clear that Brett has stumbled upon something far greater: Operation Ethereal (OE), an ultra-secret branch of the FBI in operation since the Hoover Administration, "took" Brett as a young boy because of his ability to pick up timeprints, impressions of the past. After erasing memories of the first eight years of his life, OE reinserted him into society for observation. Now that he has gone off the map, they want him back in their custody.
As Brett flees from the FBI, he must come to terms with his newly awakened gift and what it means. Can his past be redeemed and his future rewritten?


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Action packed story

What a great story. I enjoyed it from beginning to end. Only issue I had was the reader mispronouncing Oregon.
I would recommend that book and audiobook to anyone.
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- Pamela M. Neumann

Black Ops Run Amok

The title, "Missing Person," is misleading. It sounds like a simple police procedural mystery, and this is certainly not that. It's a thriller about a long running, totally immoral, black ops program that has ruined scores of lives.

Bret Cole can't remember the first eight years of his life due to, he's been told, a head injury he incurred during the accident that killed his parents. Since the day he woke up in that hospital bed 22 years ago, he's been told he's a failure by nearly everyone. Now he's ready to fold his cards, head down to Mexico, and probably kill himself. But first he wants to visit a high school friend and collect that kiss he missed out on. On the way to see Chelsea, he overhears a double murder and kidnapping. He reports it, and soon he finds himself running for his life. Who's after him?

Would you believe the FBI?

As it turns out, everything Bret thinks he knows about his early life is a lie. He's not Bret Cole, he's not going crazy, and his greatest failings are actually his greatest strengths. It's time for him to step up and be the person he was meant to be.

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- Bookaholic

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-19-2016
  • Publisher: Clean Reads