Anderson's nightmare of drowning has returned. He has had this fear before, this dream of being unable to breathe, of hands on his shoulders holding him underwater. But this time it's different. This time the nightmare is real. He struggles to get away, but his attacker won't quit. The hands clamped around his throat are squeezing tighter and tighter. Anderson fights back, drowning the person who has tried to drown him. But when he pulls the corpse to the surface, he sees something more terrifying. His own dead face. The drowned man is not merely someone like Anderson. It actually seems to be Anderson. All his notions of who he is are thrown into question. With the certainty that comes only in nightmares, Anderson knows this is just the beginning. Water Hazard plunges the reader into a seductive whirlpool of shifting realities, where no haven is safe and any friend could be a foe. It's the world of film noir and Alfred Hitchcock, but it's also our world today. With this first novel, Scott Borg takes the psychological thriller to a new level of intensity in a multi-layered, darkly erotic tale that will captivate the reader from its first page until its haunting conclusion.
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