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    29 Seconds

    Excellent! Excellent! Excellent! A solid 5 stars (and I don't give many of those out)!!! I must admit, I found the beginning of the book a little uncomfortable and I almost put it down! Glad I didn't! Lots of twists and turns ...and more twists and turns ...right up to the last chapter! Good character development ...even if Sarah was a bit of a wimp at the beginning! I will definitely look to more of this author's work in the future! !
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    Could you do it?

    I thought that this book was really good. I thought that the premise of the book was fantastic. Imagine if you had the ability to make that one person that has made your life a living hell go away...forever. Nobody would ever know. You just have to say the word and it is done. Would you do it? I spent this entire book trying to figure out what I would do in Sarah's place which made this into quite the page-turner. Sarah works at the university as a lecturer. She would like to become permanent staff but there is one thing standing her way. Or I should say, one person, Alan Hawthorne. Mr. Hawthorne is the kind of boss that makes me appreciate my workplace. The men on his staff are treated much better than the women. That isn't even the biggest problem. He expects sex from some of the women under his authority, including Sarah. Sarah is trying to balance her problems at work with issues at home that have left her caring for her two children alone with help from her father. Sarah is dealing with so many things in this book. I felt bad for this lady and I thought that she held it together so much better than I would have been able to in her place. I thought it was pretty exciting to see how she would handle all of the situations that she found herself in. I loved the fact that there were some pretty big surprises in this story. I the big twists in the story were very well done and added a lot to my overall enjoyment of the story. I would definitely recommend this book to thriller fans. This book deals pretty heavily with sexual harassment which might bother some readers. I found this to be a very enjoyable read that was hard to put down at times with some pretty impressive twists and turns. I wouldn't hesitate to read more of T.M. Logan's work. I received a free ARC of 29 Seconds by T.M. Logan from Macmillan in exchange for an honest review.
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    A real page-turner!

    I have read a number of really great books so far this year and this book ranks right up there with the very best of them. It was unputdownable! Sarah is a PhD working in college education and is learning that she will not be advanced up the ladder unless she sleeps with her sleazy boss, Alan Hawthorne. After some unforeseen circumstances occur, Sarah is offered a chance to make someone disappear with no questions asked. This book takes so many twist and turns with a big surprise ending. Thank you NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for the ARC of this super fantastic book in exchange for an honest review. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is seeking a fantastic thriller.
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    One call and a tormentor is gone!

    Agonizing decisions kept me glued to this thriller. The ending was chilling in its suspense-filled conclusion. Characters are compelling and complicated and well blended between sincere and evil. Dr. Sarah Haywood, PhD, professor, is up for promotion but her lecherous boss, Allan Hawthorne, is making her life miserable. When Sarah intervenes in an attempted child abduction she finds herself being offered a once in a life time opportunity. All it takes is a 29 Second Phone Call and someone she names will disappear forever. Can she live with the consequences of making the call or not making the call? Definitely a 5/5!
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    29 Seconds

    29 Seconds is the latest story by T. M. Logan. 29 Seconds has a likable heroine who the reader is immediately rooting for and at the same time wondering what they would do given the same circumstances. There comes a time in this story where it is almost impossible to put it down. I was given an early (USA) copy to review.
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