Dark Harbor

Dark Harbor

by David Hosp
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Overview

Dark Harbor by David Hosp

A stunning debut thriller reminiscent of the novels of David Baldacci. When the body of his co-worker and ex-lover is found in Boston Harbor, attorney Sean Finn becomes a suspect in her murder. With an ambitious female police detective also after answers, Finn is unaware of what's at stake if the truth about the killing is finally uncovered.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780446549813
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 11/15/2008
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 88,289
File size: 717 KB

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Dark Harbor 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 66 reviews.
Cimarron More than 1 year ago
I got this as a free book for my nook, which goes every where with me, this is a new author for me, once I started this book I could not put it down, as I was reading it was like watching a movie in front of my eyes, I could actually see what was happening as I read, needless to say I have purchased David Hosp's other books, have not read them as yet but have reccomended them to other friends who have purchased his other books also and loved them I am sure they will be as good ! I highly reccommend reading his books, they will keep you on the edge of your seat !
KarrieLynn More than 1 year ago
I was happy with the story line, character development, writing style and when I was done, I wanted more.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Scott Finn rose from the slums of a tough Boston neighborhood to the top of an elite law firm, but the past he tried to forget may be the only thing to help him... Scott's ex-girlfriend and close colleague, Natalie Caldwell, is found floating in Boston Harbor. Immediately Natalie is named the latest victim of 'Little Jack', a serial killer much like Jack-the-Ripper terrorizing Boston. Police detective Linda Flaherty notices some inconsistencies between Natalie and the other six victims, and the more she probes into the crime she finds Natalie may have been hiding a shady past. Finn, not only dealing with the death of his friend, but a high-profile case that could make his career, finds himself the prime suspect in Natalie's murder and the only person that could help him is the same person who believes he is a suspect...Linda Flaherty. 'Dark Harbor' is a fast paced page-turner that marks the debut of a powerhouse author. David Hosp has written a lightning quick tale that, in a style reminiscent to that of David Baldacci, grabs the reader on page one and doesn't let go. The well-written and gripping plot twists and turns all the way through to a shocking conclusion that will leave readers satisfied and anxiously awaiting the next novel from Mr. Hosp. 'Dark Harbor', a great choice for thriller fans, is destined for a spot on the bestseller lists. A MUST read! Nick Gonnella
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent debut novel for this author. I picked this book up on a whim, and I absolutely loved it... enough to look it up and see if others liked it as much as I did! It is fast paced and very interesting, every turn of the page held my attention. I've read Grisham, and this was as good as any of his books... Not as quick paced as Patterson. Takes place in my hometown of Boston! I love that! But this book will be enjoyable for a reader from any city!
Guest More than 1 year ago
a terrific debut thriller,,definitely a page turner ,don't miss it..
Guest More than 1 year ago
I first found out about this book from a tv show here in Boston called Chronical. They just happened to be covering local writers when Hosp was mentioned and I became interested in this book. Hosp held my attention from the very first page. The characters were well developed and there were a few twists that made this book such a thriller. I definately see this being a movie in the future. i am also a Grisham fan (at least his earlier books up to The King of Torts)and feel that Hosp has out done Grisham with this one. I hope there is more to come from David Hosp!!!
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