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  • Posted March 6, 2011

    Spectacular, once again!

    I love the intelligence and humor in all of Rosenfelt's books! There is not a line of dialogue in this book that does not resonate perfectly with it's characters...something other authors strive for but most often fail to achieve. I am a true fan, and would reccomend this author to anyone. The only thing missing for me was the requisite mention of a Golden Retriever. Another brilliant work, Mr. Rosenfelt. Thank you!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 17, 2012

    Highly Reccommended

    David Rosenfelt stands away from his award winning Andy Carpenter novels to put out this stand alone novel that was Fantastic!!

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  • Posted February 21, 2011

    Great, great page turning read!

    I have never been disappointed in David Rosenfelt's books. And I was not disappointed with On Borrowed Time. Grabs you in the first pages and keeps you hooked throughout the book. Great read. I would highly recommend. And if you have not read Rosenfelt's Andy Carpenter series, you should certainly check them out! Great stuff!

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  • Posted January 25, 2011

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    This suspense thriller grips the reader

    Manhattan based reporter Richard Kilmer and his lover Jennifer Ryan drive from their apartment on the Upper West Side to her hometown to meet her family in Kendrick Falls. He plans to ask her to marry him. However, they have an accident, but eerily somehow before they finish the two hour drive, Jen vanished.

    Stunned with no clues as to his beloved's whereabouts, Richard meets the family he thought would be his in-laws. Shocked further after meeting her family when they insist she is not their kin; her friends deny knowing a Jennifer Ryan. Finally even his friends claim they never met her. As a catharsis, Richard writes articles for a magazine about his recent trauma. Allison Tynes comes from Wisconsin to New York to meet Richard as she insists she is Jen's identical twin; leaving the journalist further bewildered.

    This suspense thriller grips the reader once the car accident occurs and never let's the audience go even after the climax as the audience will ponder what happened to the key characters especially the beleaguered protagonist who sadly muses that he entered the Twilight Zone. To David Rosenfelt's credit and writing skills he never ventures in to the Serling realm. With Andy Carpenter on respite, fans will still relish this taut thriller as like Kilmer will wonder what is going on.

    Harriet Klausner

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