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Eleven Twenty-Three

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  • Sales Rank:103,430
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:318
  • Publication Date:August 3, 2010
  • ASIN:B003YJEX98

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Conspiracies. Quarantine. And a mysterious briefcase...

"There is no denying the feeling of paranoid terror that seeps from this well crafted novel."--HorrorNews.net

Layne Prescott, a former high school teacher returning to America after months of living abroad, meets a strange man in a Shanghai airport and ends up carrying a mysterious briefcase with an attached wrist shackle home with him. Back in the small town of Lilly's End, Layne must cope with more than just the effects of his past indiscretions and his recently deceased father's funeral. Each day at precisely 11:23, the small town of Lilly's End sinks into violent chaos, and people are dying. Cut off from the rest of the world by a strict military quarantine and with the population in rapid decline, Layne and his friends wait with dread as the clock ticks downward.

"Completely blew me away. ELEVEN TWENTY-THREE is by far one of the most intelligent, funny, stark, exciting books released this year..."--FlamesRising.com

"This story was creative, wild, and forces you to pay attention to it at every step. But even if you do, there is more than meets the eye, and will give you something to think about long after you put the book down."--Patrick D'Orazio, author of COMES THE DARK

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