Framing the Dialogue

Hour Game

Hour GameIn the Hour Game a small town is gripped with a series of murders investigators Sean King and Michelle Maxwell are asked to help unravel the clues left by the diabolical killer.  As the national media descend upon the tiny hamlet of Wrightsburg, Virginia there doesn’t seem to be any end in sight for the killings.

“He flicked a good-bye wave to the clueless soccer mom.  Maybe I’ll be seeing you if you’re extremely unlucky.  He checked his watch:  three potential potentials in less than twenty minutes.  He breathed in the fresh air of the prosperous town of Wrightsburg, a town that had suffered a trio of brutal killings in quick succession.  Well, they hadn’t seen anything yet.”

This is the second in the King & Maxwell series by prolific author David Baldacci. I have to confess to not having read the first in the series, but I did enjoy the interplay between the two main characters.  I cannot say that the story kept me on the edge of my seat, but it did move and keep my interest.  I like some of his other works much better.

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