Imagine answering your cell phone one day to a mysterious voice that gives you three minutes to confess your sin. If you don't, he'll blow the car you're driving to bits and pieces.
You barely manage to exit heavy traffic and ditch the car when, precisely three minutes later, your car blows sky high. The media and the police descend on the scene; your world has just changed forever.
So begins a nightmare that grows with progressively higher stakes. There's another phone call; another riddle; another three minutes to confess your sin. The cycle will not stop until the world discovers the secret of your sin. You have one huge problem: you don't have a clue what that sin is. If not for Jennifer, the brilliant FBI agent working to corner Slater, you would indeed go mad.
Three is a psychological thriller that starts full-tilt and keeps the reader off-balance until the very last suspense-filled page.