The 37th Hour

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3 Stars

This was a super serious mystery with a woman as the main character. The basic story is the main character is a detective (as is her husband, as is her best friend) and when her husband disappears, she embarks on a quest of discovery to find him. During this quest she meets his family (of which she new nothing) met his old friends (of whom she had never heard) and learned about his past (which was a complete surprise). During all this she is trying to help her best friend who recently lost a daughter. It was a fast paced thriller type book, and ended with a strange downer/happy mix that made me glad the book ended the way it did, but did not make me want to read the next one because I don’t want to see these characters suffer. Overall not bad.

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Published in: on July 17, 2007 at 7:53 pm  Leave a Comment  

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