Time’s Up by E G Michaels (Review by Derek – #NerdGirlDad)

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Title: Time’s Up

Author:  E G Michaels

Published Date: 26th November 2015

Genre: Detective Thriller

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***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

A late night teenage party in an affluent Philadelphia neighborhood comes to a tragic end when a car bomb explodes outside. A teenage girl is killed — but is it murder? Or revenge for a previously unpunished crime?

The mayor quickly caves under the political influence only wielded by the city’s most rich and powerful people and insists the police assign Homicide Detective Kyle Simmons to the case. Her mandate: Catch the killer as quickly as possible and at any cost.

As Simmons investigates his new case, a second teenager dies in a similar manner. A disturbing connection between the two cases suddenly emerges:

Both teens received a cryptic text message of “Hocus Pocus —Time’s Up” just moments before they died.

As the body count starts to rise, Simmons finds himself in a desperate race against to time to catch a killer before they can strike again.

*** This is a novel approximately 85K in length. It follows “On The Clock” but can be read out of order. ***

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***Derek – #NerdGirlDad’s  Review***
As always with Kyle Simmons stories, the reader knows all that the detectives do, easily identifies with Kyle and feels personally involved in the hunt. This is a feature of the author’s writing I particularly like. I have now reviewed three of his Kyle Simmons stories and they are all of the same high standard – Before The Clock Strikes, The Countdown and now this one. Buy it and enjoy!

 

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  • SuziSummer

    Sounds like a great mystery. Added this to my list. Terri Mcneal

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