Waking up covered in blood is never a good thing.
We’ve all had that nightmare. You wake up in a strange place with no memory of how you got there. There’s blood on your hands, and you’re overwhelmed by fear — until you realize it’s not yours. It’s then you see your victim in a pool of blood, you’re holding the murder weapon, and your only relief is waking up with a scream trapped in your throat.
But for Stan Watson, there is no waking from this nightmare, because it’s real. And it’s happened before, at least three times. He’s a serial killer, though he doesn’t remember having done any of the deeds. His victims are strangers to him, and he has no motive for what he’s done.
Fearing he will kill again, Stan is in a race against the clock to find out why he’s become a one-man killing machine, before he takes another life — or the police show up at his front door. Can he cobble the pieces of the puzzle together before it’s too late?