I read this to review it for one of my book clubs. I don't like mysteries and I really don't like pulp fiction. It's formulaic writing; plug in lots of violence, a disturbed hero and a few fawning females to pursue the bad guys in an implausible crime.
The plot is about an ex-football player who was hit so hard in a play he now has perfect memory of everything, especially the murder of his wife and child. He had been a police detective so when a high school massacre happens, he gets involved only to find out it is linked to his family's murders.
Only convinced me to continue to skip this genre.
Published: 2015 Read: February 2017 Genre: Pulp fiction