Murder At Zero Hour

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
1916. William Grant, an American, joins the British Army during the Great War. He is posted to France, where he witnesses the horrors of war on the front line. During a dangerous night patrol, a captain is murdered, leading to a series of unanswered questions. With only his wits, Grant must solve the mystery while keeping his own skin intact. Will he be a victim of war or just another victim? More
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Words: 68,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458047403
About Paul Westwood

Born in a time that is quickly becoming only a memory, Paul Westwood is an author of several genres, with a concentration on horror and historical fiction in the style of the vintage Gold Medal series.

A graduate of Miskatonic University, Mr. Westwood also take an active interest in jabbernowling and boondoggling. He spends most of his other hours writing, listening to obscure music, and finding a good place to take a nap.

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Review by: Carol on April 20, 2014 :
The WW1 setting for a murder was different and well handled with interesting description of life in the trenches. The twist at the end caught me by surprise.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: read more on Feb. 14, 2013 :
Easy reading,usualplot with a WW1 twist
(review of free book)

Review by: Robert Schobernd on Dec. 01, 2012 :
Another great read. Murder at Zero Hour takes place during World War One in France. It captures the conflict between the American main character and his fellow English officers until it builds to a murder mystery. Editing isn't perfect but not bad enough to detract, a few missing words here and there. Congratulations to the author.
(review of free book)

Review by: Clair Roxanna on Dec. 01, 2012 :
One of the best books I've read at Smashwords. It's set in France during WWI in the trenches with the British against the German Army. Great story and characters. And there's a murder mystery in all of that. The writing reminds me of Ken Follett's style.
(review of free book)

Review by: Suzanne D. Williams on Jan. 05, 2012 :
Though the start of the story was a bit slow, I was hooked by the idea that something had happened to the main character, only I didn't know what. I just had to keep reading to find out. I did have some initial confusion as to the time period of the story as it wasn't stated outright. But the description of the setting quickly drew me in. The detail of life in the trenches during World War I was very well done. I have read a lot of books set in war with battles and such and this was in my opinion as good a quality as any of those. The twist to the plot was super. I didn't see it coming at all. There were some minor grammar mistakes, misplaced words probably left from previous edits. This is really a great book that deserves more praise than it has gotten. A highly recommended read for anyone into historical fiction and mysteries.
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