What Comes Next

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Grove Press, Jun 5, 2012 - Fiction - 320 pages
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When a retired academician witnesses a lovely young woman snatched off the street, he is unsatisfied by the police response and vows to find her on his own. She has been kidnapped and held prisoner by a married couple who have started an exclusive website, named “What Comes Next,” on which viewers can watch, in real time, what befalls their victims.

What befalls the pretty teenager at the hands of the depraved couple, as thousands follow every moment of her nightmare, provides one of the most terrifying novels of the year.

 

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I got this book for free at the PLA (Public Library Association) Conference this past March. I brought home just over 30 free books--all of them the "uncorrected proof" copy. This is one of my ... Read full review

What Comes Next

User Review  - Mary Todd Chesnut - Book Verdict

Retired psychology professor Adrian Thomas, recently diagnosed with progressive dementia, witnesses the abduction of a neighborhood teen named Jennifer. Adrian reports the crime to police but also ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
11
Section 3
15
Section 4
22
Section 5
33
Section 6
44
Section 7
52
Section 8
59
Section 25
214
Section 26
232
Section 27
240
Section 28
250
Section 29
258
Section 30
273
Section 31
283
Section 32
294

Section 9
67
Section 10
75
Section 11
81
Section 12
87
Section 13
95
Section 14
106
Section 15
119
Section 16
126
Section 17
139
Section 18
150
Section 19
160
Section 20
170
Section 21
179
Section 22
185
Section 23
194
Section 24
205
Section 33
304
Section 34
315
Section 35
327
Section 36
337
Section 37
352
Section 38
362
Section 39
369
Section 40
378
Section 41
388
Section 42
396
Section 43
404
Section 44
410
Section 45
421
Section 46
441
Section 47
457
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John Katzenbach has written ten previous novels and one work of non-fiction. Three of his novels have been made into feature films: In the Heat of the Summer (adapted for the screen as The Mean Season), Hart's War starring Bruce Willis, and Just Cause starring Sean Connery. His other books include the New York Times bestseller The Traveler; Day of Reckoning and The Shadow Man. Katzenbach was a criminal court reporter for The Miami Herald and Miami News and a featured writer for the Herald’s Tropic magazine. He lives in western Massachusetts.

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