Listening to Dead Wrong is like being stuck in a nightmare, but enjoying it. Written by a neurosurgeon, the story follows a doctor who happens upon a secret government program that will unsettle even experienced thriller fans. Craig Jessen's performance is the highlight of this audiobook. His dramatic, often whispered voice feels like a rollercoaster inching its way to the top. He employs unusual character voices and uses his pace exactingly like a scalpel to build suspense. In other words, with Jessen and Wyler at the helm, get ready for some serious heart-pounding action.
When a top secret program of implanting harrowing memories into innocent people comes to light, neurosurgeon Tom McCarthy is literally caught in the crossfire. While McCarthy looks forward to a three day weekend, his office is suddenly raided by two Department of Defense investigators bent on arresting him for a crime he didn’t commit. All hell breaks loose when an inadvertent scuffle escalates, leaving one agent dead at the hands of the other, and McCarthy fleeing but hopelessly trapped inside the labyrinthine corridors, heating ducts, and stairways of a gigantic Seattle medical center.With the CIA and Seattle PD closing in, McCarthy unwittingly pulls Dr. Sarah Hamilton into the fray. And like rats in a maze, they struggle to stay one step ahead of their deadly hunters, while simultaneously uncovering a trail of corruption that reaches shocking dimensions.
Penned by master neurosurgeon, Allen Wyler, Dead Wrong brings the reader inside the world of an insidious and terrifyingly plausible narrative, to create a heart pounding, claustrophobic and nightmarish thriller.