Book Reviews of Slipping into Darkness

Slipping into Darkness
Slipping into Darkness
Author: Peter Blauner
ISBN-13: 9780446617475
ISBN-10: 0446617474
Publication Date: 2/1/2007
Pages: 496
Edition: Reprint
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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A wonderfulll done story - the good guy isn't all good and the bad guy isn't all bad, but they both are shades with motivation for where they are.
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I read this book in one sitting. Very engaging and entertaining.
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Excellent, excellent book. Characters are seamless. Great plot. Highly recommend reading this one!
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I loved this book! It is so different from whats available in crime fiction right now. I like this author anyway, but I really enjoyed this book.
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What happens when a police officer possibly puts the wrong person in prison? The story of a young man imprisoned for 20 years and released for a new trial. very good story
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I have become a HUGE fan of Peter Blauner after reading "The Last Good Day" and then this book. There is nothing better than a good thriller/mystery/police procedural that is also GOOD LITERATURE! I highly recommend reading Blauner's books.
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This is the first book I have read by this author....really enjoyed it!
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Twenty years ago Det. F.X. Loughlin solved his first big case, extracting a confession of murder from a seventeen year old. Now the results of a DNA test blow that conviction up since the blood under the latest victim's nails are that of the woman murdred twenty years ago.