Two people are brutally murdered in their summer place on Deep Creek Lake. Suspected of the murders, former child star and one-time teenybopper idol Lenny Frost takes innocent bystanders hostage in a local pub and demands that Mac Faraday find the killer. Can Mac save the hostages and himself from the wrath of the enraged has-been by piecing together the clues in less than twelve hours? Or will it be a fatal last call at the stroke of midnight?
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Being used as a hostage? Have a beer!
I read Lauren Carr for Mac Faraday
yes. This one could have been better.
The book is good .
Reviewing a thriller is a trick, more so if it is brimful of suspense. A reviewer need to tell the prospective readers about the book and must take care of not to make the review a spoiler. Lauren Carr has put me in a similar situation with her thriller Twelve to Murder.
The basic storyline goes like this. Former Childstar Lenny Frost is alleged of twin murders. The twist happens when the alleged person takes innocent bystanders hostage in a pub and demands Mac Faraday to find the real killer. Mac Faraday is in action with David Callaghan, his half brother.
As usual, authoress has portrayed her excellent narrative talent. How ever complicated the storyline is, finally everything falls into place like a rubik's cube. Adding on to the thrill, time doesn't have the mercy on them. This crisp, cliffhanger is endearing. However the audible narration didn't appeal to me much. May be because I was in a mood to read? I don't know.
This review is in return of a free book from the iREAD Book Tours
- Rakhi Jayashankar