Mike Knowles is one of my favourite writers, and this book is no exception to his craft.
It’s been six years since Sam Jones has been looking for a missing boy. When he finds him, the truth is gut-wrenching.
Lost in his actions the day Jones confronts the killer, he makes a mistake that he knows will end in his incarceration.
He figures he has seven days before he is caught. That’s one week to find a missing teenager who left cryptic messages on the washroom door of a coffee shop. But in Running from the Dead, who is Jones really trying to save?
Great characters, a tense, can’t-put-it-down read, and race to the finish. Highly recommended!
I also reviewed Rock Beats Paper by Knowles in 2017. Click here to read how I felt about that one.
~ June Lorraine
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5 responses to “Mike Knowles: Running from the Dead”
So todayish trauma, which makes it a compelling and eventful read for a resolve!❤️❤️☕️☕️
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My kind of book! Thank you June!
Sounds very tense!