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The Silent Hour (Lincoln Perry Series #4)
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The Silent Hour (Lincoln Perry Series #4)

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by Michael Koryta
 

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Fresh off the critical acclaim of his Los Angeles Times Book Prize-nominated Envy the Night, Michael Koryta returns with a blistering new installment in the Lincoln Perry series: The Silent Hour.

Whisper Ridge
Home to Dreams
October 2, 1992--April 12, 1996

So reads the strange epitaph carved beside the door of the home

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The Silent Hour (Lincoln Perry Series #4) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
The Silent Hour Michael Koryta Minotaur, Aug 2009, $24.95 ISBN 9780312361570 Convicted killer but freed Parker Harrison sends a series of letters to private investigator Lincoln Perry asking for his help; the sleuth simply ignores them. Exasperated by no response Parker arrives at Perry's Cleveland, Ohio office to cop a plea in person. Harrison explains that twelve years ago he worked at a rehabilitation program for violent offenders run by Alexandra and Joshua Cantrell. The couple abruptly vanished without a trace. He wants Perry to find them. Perry is suspicious of the motive since a dozen years in a long time to wait to begin an inquiry. He soon learns that Joshua's remains were found in A WELCOME GRAVE near Pittsburgh. Not long afterward, Pittsburgh based private investigator Ken Merriman comes to Cleveland to ask Perry to assist him in finding who killed Joshua; a homicide that Alexandria's mob chieftain brother wants left interred. This is a super dark yet redemptive investigative thriller that grips the audience from the onset with Harrison's persistence and never lets go with Perry's persistence as the focus. The story line is fast-paced throughout with readers wanting to know the truth while so does Perry and Harrison though they fear what he will find as things are never quite like they seem in THE SILENT HOUR after death. Harriet Klausner
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edofarrell More than 1 year ago
I read the last half of this book turning the page -- turning them fast -- while I scanned for something that resembled content. There was precious little. This is a juvenile book written at the level of a teenager. Re-read some John D. MacDonald and clear your palate -- don't waste money on this author.