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3 a.m. (Henry Bins Book 1)

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...A great read, strong story and most readers will love this, but be aware that over half the book is made up of samples of other titles....

Henry Bins is awake for only one hour a day. One hour, in which he hears a woman scream and sees the president leave her house. One hour to find any evidence he needs if he is going to convict the most powerful man in America of murder.

This is original, well written and gripping to the last page. Henry is a sympathetic protagonist and his condition is handled well through out, with its full implications considered and not shied away from. The characters are well-defined and believable, and the outcome is interesting. I would like to learn more about these characters.

The reason this is marked down is because half this book is teasers and extracts from other titles. This is mentioned in the book itself, but not in it’s description or anywhere that warns you before download. As readers outside the US pay for download size, this really isn’t acceptable without prior notice.

A great read, strong story and most readers will love this, but be aware that over half the book is made up of samples of other titles.

 

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