Waking Hours Book Review

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Waking Hours

By Lis Wiehl with Pete Nelson
Published by Thomas Nelson

The story begins in a town called Salem. A teenage girl has been brutally murdered and a psychiatrist and old high school class mate that is wanting to be a private detective are on the case. The story keeps getting deeper as more evidence of spiritual battles take place. Is it her peers? Is it a psycho? Is it a demon? Is it all the above? You will just have to read it and find out.

I love detective stories so this was a great read for me. But it has a lot of detailed gore that might gross some people out. If you have a strong stomach and love detective stories give it a try. The writer’s style makes it an easy read but challenges you to really think about the details.

 

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