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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Review: Two Days Gone by Randall Silvis

Two Days Gone by Randall Silvis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
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Thomas Huston is a bestselling author who has disappeared after the brutal murder of his entire family. He become suspect number one and Sergeant DeMarco is on the case. He's always admired Thomas and considered him somewhat of a friend so this case not only becomes something personal, it also manages to tap into his own personal issues. Did Thomas kill his entire family? If he did, why? If he didn't, then why did he run?

Most of the book is straight through DeMarco's eyes with glimpses of Huston's point of view here and there. The author really puts you into the nitty gritty mind space of both of these flawed characters. You really begin to feel for both men and as the mystery unravels, you get gut punched in a few places. Atmospherically a beautiful novel. Dark, brooding and emotional. A bit slower paced than I particularly care for but I was invested and anything referencing Poe to make it a literary mystery is top notch in my book!

Check out the Spotlight and Blog Tour post for this book for your chance to win a copy through the publisher's Rafflecopter giveaway.    This giveaway runs from January 10-31st!

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