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
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