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The Dark Before Dawn Paperback – June 24, 2011
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About the Author
Laurie Stevens has written numerous stories and articles for local and national publications. She has written for television and co-wrote and produced the stage play, "Follow Your Dreams." "The Dark Before Dawn" is the first novel in the Gabriel McRay detective series and has earned the Kirkus Star of Merit and was named to Kirkus Review's "Best of 2011".
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This police/psychological thriller was interesting throughout with twists/turns and basically unguessable ending.
There is basically one character throughout who is interesting and has unreachable secrets in his past.
But please do not reject it because of my opinion. Get it AND READ FOR YOURSELF. You certainly won't regret it.