Ash Suspense Thrillers: Trilogy

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Coma Confidential:

Ash finds herself in the ER diagnosed with coma. She has no memory of what has happened to her, but what she can do – despite what everyone around her might think – is listen to the conversations of her visitors. One of them is the man who raped her. 

For Ash, there is little time to gather clues. Blackouts are happening not only in the hospital, but throughout California. The Russian hackers who are intent on sabotaging the power grid are trying to blackmail her boyfriend Michael into helping their cause. And what better way for them to do it than by kidnapping her out of the hospital?


The last thing Ash expects when she lands in Clearwater, Florida, is to be stalked by a troubled teenager. If that’s not bad enough, she is caught in a shooting spree next to the nearby elementary school.

The cops think it’s an attempt at mass killing, but Ash wonders if the only victim was specifically targeted by the killer. Will she manage to identify him and have him arrested before he comes after her? 


After recovering from coma, Ash discovers that the man who performed her brain surgery has a questionable medical experience and a dark past, starting with his medical mission in India 10 years ago and ending just recently with his wife’s suicide.

Should Ash expose him, at the risk of becoming vulnerable to his revenge?

1 review for Ash Suspense Thrillers: Trilogy

  1. Suzanne Nelson

    I really enjoyed this series! Each book is a stand alone suspense thriller. All have plenty of action, as well as twists and turns.

    One of the things that I like the most about this series is author Uvi Poznansky’s ability to turn what could be mundane, ordinary events into exciting adventures. In book one, Coma, who knew that being in a coma and coming out of it could be such an interesting adventure? In book two, Overkill, the heroine, Ash is hoping to get back to leading a normal life, but more adventures come her way. The surprises in the plot kept me eagerly listening. In book three, Overdose, just when listeners think that the doctor who treated Ash during her coma was clueless and mediocre, his character comes to life. His disturbing personality is revealed.

    The narrator, Heather Jane Hogan, does an excellent job. Her voice has the perfect amount of excitement. I liked her portrayal of the various characters’ voices. I will definitely want to listen to other books in this series!

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