Drift, by Andrew Hudson, is an intriguing story of Travis Benson. Travis seemingly has a simple life working at a marketing firm in Connecticut. As the book progresses, however, the reader realizes Travis’s life is actually quite complicated.
The book opens with a brutal murder in Colorado. There is no reference to that murder again until Chapter 18. The suspense builds page by page as the reader wonders what this terrible thing has to do with Travis.
Each chapter rotates from past to present circumstances involving Travis’s friends and family. We learn that there is a connection with the murder but I won’t spoil the surprise. The book is well-written and a compelling read. I really enjoyed it.