Reader Review: I generally like books by Linda Howard. I loved Now You See Her, but I just could not get into this book, I ended up skipping through parts of the book because I got bored with the current situation.I think that it was a good idea for a plot, but in the end it just fell flat a bit.
Returning to the entrancing supernatural territory of her popular novels Dream Man and Son of the Morning, New York Times bestselling author Linda Howard has written a sizzling new novel that is her most daring, exciting, and original yet.
In 1985, with much fanfare, a time capsule was buried under the front lawn of a small-town county courthouse, to be reopened in 2085. But just twenty years later, in the dead of night, the capsule is dug up, its contents stolen. That same night, one of the contributors to the capsule is brutally slain in his home–with no sign of forced entry or indication of a struggle. One by one, others who had placed items in the time capsule are murdered.
Besides his suspicions about the sudden, mysterious appearance of Nikita Stover, the chief investigator, Knox Davis, has absolutely no leads. And while Nikita’s no murderer, she seems to be hiding plenty of secrets. With more at stake than anyone else realizes, the smart-talking Nikita is determined to catch this cunning killer–while at the same time battling her own deepening feelings for a man and for a world in which she doesn’t belong.
When readers crave a seductive novel of unrelenting suspense with a paranormal twist, Linda Howard delivers time and again... make that Killing Time–a captivating, character-rich story that races along on a breathless plot full of action and intimacy, romance and danger, thrills and intrigue.
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|Title of Romance eBook: Killing Time|
|Release Date: 06-14-2005|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group||Store Sales Rank: 3667|
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Chapter OneCHAPTER 1
SOMEWHERE IN THE MITUMBA MOUNTAIN RANGE OF CENTRAL AFRICA, SEPTEMBER 2024
We leave at daylight, so I must write quickly. All reports indicate that my pursuers are now very close: the same scouts who for the last two days have reported seeing a phantom airship moving steadily down from the northeast, setting fire to the earth as it goes, now say that they have spotted the vessel near Lake Albert. My host, Chief Dugumbe, has at last given up his insistence that I allow his warriors to help me stand and fight, and instead offers an escort of fifty men to cover my escape. Although I'm grateful, I've told him that so large a group would be too conspicuous. I'll take only my good friend Mutesa, the man who first dragged my exhausted body out of this high jungle, along with two or three others armed with some of the better French and American automatic weapons. We'll make straight for the coast, where I hope to find passage to a place even more remote than these mountains.
It seems years since fate cast me among Dugumbe's tribe, though in reality it's been only nine months; but then reality has ceased to have much meaning for me. It was a desire to get that meaning back that originally made me choose this place to hide, this remote, beautiful corner of Africa that has been forever plagued by tribal wars. At the time the brutality of such conflicts seemed to me secondary to the fact that the ancient grievances fueling them had been handed down from generation to generation by word of mouth alone; I thought this a place where I might be at least marginally sure that the human behavior around me was not being manipulated by the unseen hands of those who, through mas...
Title: Killing Time
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I generally like books by Linda Howard. I loved No
August 17, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Mandurah, NA AU
I generally like books by Linda Howard. I loved Now You See Her, but I just could not get into this book, I ended up skipping through parts of the book because I got bored with the current situation.I think that it was a good idea for a plot, but in the end it just fell flat a bit.
I have always loved Linda Howard books, but this h
January 8, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from USA
I have always loved Linda Howard books, but this has to be one of my top favorites! It is different from her other books but it has some of the same elements. The two main characters are probably my favorite couple that Linda Howard has written about...well except for Blair and Wyatt...but other than them! Really interesting and a good read! Try it out!
Linda Howard goes beyond the ordinary with this bo
August 10, 2007
Reviewer: A reader from Midlothian, VA US
Linda Howard goes beyond the ordinary with this book, blending a bit of sci-fi in with romance in a way that is refreshing and not at all silly. A fun read.
Engaging characters and storyline
November 21, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Sydney Australia
I really enjoyed this book; the characters and the interesting storyline kept me reading until the very end. I also thought the interaction and chemistry between the two main characters was great and they were very easy to relate to. I will definitely read more from this author. A really good read!
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