The 13th Hour

A Thriller
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (10.47 hours)
Product Number: Z3019
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449869762
Narrator/s: Dennis Boutsikaris
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Richard Doetsch writes compelling fiction that his fans can't get enough of. In The 13th Hour, a man travels through time in one-hour increments in a desperate attempt to pinpoint and change the one moment that could prevent his wife's murder. It's also his last chance to clear his own name-because he's the prime suspect. "Brilliantly conceived, perfectly executed. Fresh, exciting, bristling with originality. I only wish I had thought of it first."-Steve Berry, NYT best-selling author

Author(s): Richard Doetsch
Imprint: Clipper Audio


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The 13th Hour
Product Number: BX00006384
Product Number:C5333
Product Number:Z3019

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Narrator(s): Dennis Boutsikaris
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Business Term: Purchase
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Professional reviews

"Dennis Boutsikaris is an excellent choice to deliver Richard Dutsch's thriller. The listener follows protagonist Nick Quinn as he travels back through one day, an hour at a time, attempting to alter events and ultimately prevent his wife's death. This tautly written story reveals its twists and clues in sixty-minute segments as Quinn makes advances and mistakes in his race with death. The pace builds with every passing hour, and Boutsikaris successfully employs his narrative skills to deliver the tension and drama. Between Dutsch's writing and Boutsikaris's performance, the listener will find it difficult to stop listening. M.O.B. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"

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