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Publisher's Summary

When Rick Hoffman loses his job and apartment, his only option is to move back into - and renovate - the home of his miserable youth, now empty and in decay since his father's stroke.
But when he starts to pull it apart, he makes an electrifying discovery that will put his life in peril - and change everything he thought he knew about his father.
©2015 Joseph Finder (P)2015 W F Howes Ltd
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Critic Reviews

"A startling thrill ride...one man's fight for survival becomes a journey to the light." (Michael Connelly)
"Original, emotionally satisfying, expertly twisted, genuinely entertaining. The thriller to read this year." (Lisa Gardner)
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By Margaret on 08-08-15

Good read

Enjoyed this as with all this authors books but didn't think it as good as his previous novels.

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7 of 9 people found this review helpful


By Wras on 08-22-15

You can see string everywhere

First the good, yes it entertaining and fast paced. Joseph Finder is a great technician but for this one he forgot to use the heart or give heart to some of the characters, some of the lines at the beginning of the book are so cynical and sarcastic it makes you wonder why you should care for the main character. thank god or the writer he develops some likeability in the end. but do not investigate or expect too much logic. this is a book where people go in the basement and turn the lights off, or forget they are being threatened. and go for a walk in a back alley.
A good page turner with too much formula and not enough reality.

The reader of this book is great when it comes to men, but please do not let him do female voices, he is atrocious.

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5 of 8 people found this review helpful

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