Out of Time

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Hidden away in the dark, three bodies await their time to reveal their secret to the world.

What Detective Neil Townsend could not envisage is how their story would come to light.

Asked to work with an eccentric assistant of Scotland Yard, Neil finds both his abilities and his patience pushed to their limits. Can Neil solve the riddle he has been set, or will we all run Out of Time? More
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About Steven Allinson

Steven was born and raised in England, where he still lives with his wife and daughter.
From an early age, he was always intrigued by the possibilities overlooked so eagerly by the mainstream.
Pulling from a vast array of knowledge gained through his veracious thirst to learn, Steven's books are a roller-coaster ride through what you thought was fact.
Already having published two books, and with three more to come in the next year, it looks as though Steven's action-packed writing style and thought-provoking plot choices are here to stay.

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Review by: Francoise Pique on Sep. 22, 2016 :
I loved this book :baffling from the start, fast-paced, containing a good plot and many surprises. Thanks for a very good read.
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Review by: SebWest on Oct. 9, 2015 :
A great story - the mystery of the family and the three bodies appears baffling and very atmospheric. I lost impetus in one or two places, but overall this is a really good read - interesting characters, clever plot.
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Review by: sonyaluvsjesus on Sep. 14, 2015 :
Excellent read, even though the ending was a twist but didn't throw me off. Fast paced and I had trouble putting it down too.
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Review by: Mike Evans on July 21, 2015 :
Great book with interesting characters. Strange use of English though, Missus instead of Mrs throughout the book, using cilantro in place of coriander near the beginning worried me little but Americanisation never reared it's head again. Read it in one sitting and waiting for the sequel. Typos were vary rare for a free book.
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Review by: davidrsweet on July 16, 2015 :
I love both science fiction & detective novels. Combining them is close to nirvana for me. This work is more detective than sci-fi. Good characters, plot and pacing. Minimal typos. I had a hard time putting it down. The ending suggests a continuation, which, had it been available, I would have purchased immediately.
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