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by Randall Silvis
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JDCMustReadBooks rated it 2 years ago
By: Randall Silvis A Ryan DeMarco Mystery ISBN: 9781492639732 Publisher: SOURCEBOOKS Landmark Publication Date: 1/10/2017 Format: Paperback My Rating: 5 Stars + Author Spotlight Join Me, Blog Tour Jan 15 Giveaways, Excerpt, Author Interviews + More Readers who take their novels strong and dark w...
debbiekrenzer rated it 2 years ago
This started out a little slow for me. The author was trying to portray the writer's mind (Thomas Huston - one of the main characters and a major suspect for the killing of his whole family). That grew a little tiresome for me. But I kept with it and I am glad that I did. Of course, none of us could...
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Fallen Over Book Reviews rated it 2 years ago
I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. I really enjoyed the thinking of DeMarco and how he didn't give up fully getting his answers on his case. He knows the suspect Huston but he just can not believe he would do something like that tragic. So DeMarco works the case and tries...
Lenaribka rated it 2 years ago
Can we always trust our instincts? Is a human nature that we see on the surface the same as deeply inside? How far would you go to find the truth? How far would you go to protect the truth? [b:Two Days Gone|30014133|Two Days Gone|Randall Silvis|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1462217458s/3001413...
Silver's Reviews
Silver's Reviews rated it 2 years ago
Author and loving family man turned murderer? Thomas Houston loved his family, his job, teaching, and writing his novels. What made him kill his entire family on a Saturday night? No one and especially his ​State Trooper friend, DeMarco, can believe he did it, but everything points to Thomas. The mi...
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pie and papercuts rated it 2 years ago
Ryan DeMarco and Thomas Huston had formed a sort of friendship while Huston was doing research for a novel, and now suddenly Huston is a suspect in the murders of his entire family.The shifting perspectives for most of the book is something I'm not usually a fan of, but it worked here. It was far he...
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