Night Work by Steve Hamilton
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Night Work Summary
Its been two years since his fiancée, Laurel, was brutally murdered. Two years of grief and loneliness. On this hot summer night, hes finally going out on a blind date, his first date since Laurels death. Hes not looking for love, just testing the waters to see if its possible to live a normal life again. The thought of it is turning his knees to jelly.
Marlene Frost is a beautiful woman. Shes warm and funny, with a smile to match. After the first awkward minutes, Joe finally starts to think this isnt such a bad idea after all. In fact, maybe this blind date will turn out to be one of the best things that ever happened to him.
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"[T]his search for a psychopathic killer disappoints with repetitive dead ends and a clichéd wounded protagonist who brings on the terrifying climax by working with no backup." - PW.
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Steve Hamilton Author Biography
Born and raised in Detroit, Steve Hamilton graduated from the University of Michigan where he won the prestigious Hopwood Award for fiction. In 2006, he won the Michigan Author Award for his outstanding body of work. His novels have won numerous awards and media acclaim beginning with the very first in the Alex McKnight series, A Cold Day in Paradise, which won the Private Eye Writers of America/St. Martin's Press Award for Best First Mystery by an Unpublished Writer. Once published, it went on to win the MWA Edgar and the PWA Shamus Awards for Best First Novel, and was short-listed for the Anthony and Barry Awards. The awards didn't stop there but he's too modest to crow about them. Hamilton currently works for IBM in upstate New York where he lives with his wife Julia and their...
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