• by Peter Moore Smith
  • Narrated by Eric Stoltz
  • 6 hrs and 0 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

I am Pilot James Airie, a diagnosed schizophrenic. James David Airie, a retired pilot, is my father. Hannah MacLeish Airie, a physical therapist, is my mother. Eric Richard Airie, a neurosurgeon, is my older brother. Twenty years ago, Fiona May Airie, my little sister, disappeared. You might say it caused our family to unravel. It would happen to any family. But now I think all the unraveling is finally over, and it's to time to try and ravel everything back...


What the Critics Say

"Listeners will know this is no ordinary mystery...Stoltz lends to this audiobook the vocal finesse of a surgeon." (AudioFile)
"Holds you long after the final page." (David Baldacci)
"Chilling...absolutely terrific." (James Patterson)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Not bad at all

I found this book to be entertaining. The pacing was well structured and kept the reader rapt for the next revealing clue about the mystery of Fiona. The psychiatrist's behavior was uncharacteristic of any psychiatrist I have known, but maybe the character just wasn't a very good psychiatrist...

A compliment to Eric Stoltz, his narraction was superb, comforting and yet a little spooky when it needed to be. And being that the character's voices sounded similar added to the feeling that the main character was totally confused.

Surely this wasn't the best book in the world, but I enjoyed the time I spent listening to it.

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- Andrea

Keeps you guessing

The author does a very good job of character development and plot design. I agree that the actions of the psycologist were atypical but beyond that I found the story very captivating. The plot twists and turns and like a good mystery it keeps you guessing all the way. I would like to see more of this author at Audible.
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- Gary

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-25-2000
  • Publisher: Hachette Audio