Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The 13th Hour by Richard Doetsch

What if you could go back in time and change a single moment? The 13th Hour by Richard Doetsch is a tantalizing thriller that explores that very question.

The story begins with the brutal murder of Nick Quinn’s wife, Julia. While being held for questioning, Nick has a brief encounter with a mysterious visitor who gives him a gold talisman, a letter and a timeline of 13 hours he can use to save his wife. As Nick travels back through each of the thirteen hours since before his wife’s murder, he stumbles on a scheme of vengeance and greed, with Julia as one of its victims. Each time he travels back, Nick becomes more and more involved in the events leading up to his wife’s death. In the race against time, he discovers truth and deceit in places he least expects them.

Don’t plan to do anything else once you start this book as it will keep you totally engrossed the whole time.

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