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Ten years after Jason Miller killed his best friend in Afghanistan, another drug overdose results in him being sent to White Oaks Mental Hospital to be evaluated as a suicide risk, or so he believes. Soon, Jason realizes the one thing he has in common with the other patients: they are all alone in the world, with no one to follow up on anything being done to them. What, at first, appears to be a chance to finally get clean and start rebuilding his life becomes a desperate struggle to save himself and the other patients from the horrible realities waiting for them behind the walls of White Oaks.

“It’s only paranoia if it’s not true. White Oaks is a haunting story of isolation, loss, friendship, and family. With echoes of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Homecoming, and The Things They Carried, Jordan King has crafted a visceral novel that breaks your heart as it cauterizes old wounds.” —Richard Thomas, author of Disintegration, and Breaker (a Thriller Award nominee)

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