Expiration Date (Google eBook)

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, Oct 19, 2011 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Your Days Are Numbered…And Clay Ryker Knows It.

Clay Ryker is a man with a dark past and an uncertain future. A failure in both business and marriage, he has come home after a decade away, hoping for a fresh start in the small Pacific Northwest town where he grew up.

But Clay harbors a terrible secret, one that even those closest to him don’t know. When increasingly sinister notes appear in the folds of his morning paper, Clay realizes that the truth is not so secret after all. Then people around him start dying and, with a serial killer on the loose, he discovers a terrible gift: he can foresee the timing of a person’s death–his or her expiration date.

As his newfound ability proves both a blessing and a curse, Clay’s foreknowledge could cost more than he can bear to lose. Working with ex-cop and investigator Vince Turney, Clay has no choice but to face up to the truth of his past. Will he find the courage to overcome an unspeakable evil, one that he himself may have empowered?

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Review: Expiration Date (Senses Series #2)

User Review  - Jerry - Goodreads

If you read the synopsis on the back cover of "Expiration Date," you most likely thought of the recent Justin Timberlake film In Time. Although their plots are similar, Expiration Date was published ... Read full review

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User Review  - Susheel Rankawat - Goodreads

Pls if somebody can let me knw where can i read it... thanks Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Eric Wilson is the author of Dark to Mortal Eyes. A bible college graduate, he has a firm understanding of Scripture and doctrine, which he uses as a backdrop for the tough issues in his novels. Eric and his wife live with their two pre-teen daughters in Nashville, Tennessee.

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