The Dying Hours

The Dying Hours

Book - 2013
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Struggling to adjust back to a life in service to the queen after twenty-five years as a detective, Ton Thorne is forced to work alone when he pursues suspicions that a series of elderly suicides is more sinister, a case that places his life at risk.
Publisher: New York : Atlantic Monthly Press, 2013.
ISBN: 9780802121486
Characteristics: 390 pages ;,24 cm

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Nov 13, 2016

A flowing easy to read suspense where Thorne, now back in uniform after bucking authority too much in the last novel is still trying to do it himself with some help from a few of his police friends. But his usual obsession and compulsion to solve the case jeopardizes himself, his friends and as usual totally upsets his superiors. Exactly what you expect from Thorne.
It is an exciting and overall a good solid twisting plot as more murders keep showing up. Perhaps not the best Thorne saga but well worth reading with the last line as a possible foreboding.

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athena14
May 10, 2014

Reads like a book written in too much haste, e.g. two characters have the same first name (Jenny)..

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anfieldfan
Nov 26, 2013

This is a wonderful series and another good addition to it.

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dcafk
Oct 21, 2013

Good read.

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