Hour Game (King & Maxwell)
Publish date: October 1st 2004
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
Series: Sean King & Michelle Maxwell (#2)
Whoops -- it's been two and a half years since I read the first volume in the series -- I really meant to get back to it sooner. Oh well, better late than etc., etc. I don't have much to say about this, but I have a few thoughts. This picks up a few months after Split Second, the partnership betwe...
King and Maxwell are back and they're dealing with a serial killer, and many, many red herrings along the way.
I picked up this series because of the King and Maxwell TV show which I really enjoyed, however I am finding what I liked about the show is lacking in the books.First the good. Baldacci has me guessing and questioning throughout the entire novel. The twistedness of the villain is realistic and scary...
A serial killer styled his murders after previous serial killers methods. King and Maxwell solved the case. I like the style of writing and the way the author is able to have twists so the solution to the case isn't completely obvious. I do have a problem with how King does not tell Michelle wha...
This time King & Maxwell were involved with serial murders in their town, Wrightsburg, Virginia, while helping a lawyer friend (Harry) who had a client accused of robbery at Battles' residence. At first, the serial murders seemed to be copycat of works from infamous serial killers (The Zodiac, Son o...
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