Death Comes in the Morning

Rated 4.50/5 based on 6 reviews
Nathan Parker never expected to find a body while hiking in Montana. And he certainly didn’t expect it to disappear. But those events land him in a conspiracy of greed that leads to a rising count of missing people. He is dragged to the brink of death, leaving him no option but to fight to survive. More
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About Don Bissett

About the author: Don Bissett is originally from New England, growing up in Massachusetts and Connecticut. He attended the University of Connecticut and Michigan State University, obtaining degrees in chemistry. During his career as a scientist in industry, he published extensively in technical journals and textbooks. That experience nurtured a passion for writing. In addition to writing novels, he uses his science experience in consulting with industry. His hobbies include travel, hiking, and fossil collecting. The author currently resides in Michigan.

Death Comes in the Morning is the author’s first novel. His second and third novels in the Nathan Hale Parker series (Dying at a Premium; Scheduled to Die) have since been published. And now his fourth, fifth, and sixth books (which form a trilogy with the same main character) are completed and available: Running Nameless, Running with Intent, and Running to Cover. Each of the three books in the Running trilogy has its own independent plot, along with a compelling story line that progresses across the entire trilogy.

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About the Series: Nathan Parker
Nathan Hale Parker is an insurance fraud investigator who uncovers and becomes tangled in conspiracies that take him to the brink.

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JaneofArch reviewed on July 27, 2017
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A fantasy tale in serious need of an editor. The happenings are unbelievable but a greater problem is the loquaciousness of the author, a man who apparently believes in first telling you, then explaining what he's told you. A third of this book could be cut, both narration and dialog. I hope this was Bissett's first book and that the later ones improve.

Plus we have a girlfriend who immediately falls for our hero, an unemployed drifter who doesn't seem all that bright. And guess what! Not only is she beautiful (of course) but has red hair and green eyes, a combination that occurs about twenty times more often in cheap novels than it does in real life.
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I. Readalot reviewed on Aug. 20, 2014

The writing is wordy and repetitive. The plot is fresh and interesting but the action scenes are implausible. I finished it but the editing makes reading difficult.
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Peter Nicholas Farrell reviewed on Nov. 18, 2013
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Thoroughly enjoyable. Looking forward to more from this author.
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Stephanie reviewed on Jan. 18, 2013

Besides the profanity, I LOVED this book. I'm not a fiction reader, but found myself quickly drawn into the story line & characters. It leaves you wondering through out it who is involved, who can be trusted etc. Looking forward to future reads from this author.
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Trysta Davis reviewed on June 12, 2012

A strong first novel. A quick read with twists and turns that really captures the voice of a generation lost in the current recession. Looking forward to reading the sequel.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Mark Cahill reviewed on Jan. 4, 2012

A thoroughly entertaining read! It's packed with the same twists, turns, and surprises that you'd expect to encounter while lost on a trail in Big Sky country... I wait with anticipation for Nathan's next wild adventure!
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
diane sim reviewed on Dec. 31, 2011

Fascinating plot, interesting characters, and a very likeable hero.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Glen Rasmussen reviewed on Nov. 18, 2011

A terrific first book. I couldn't put it down. Lots of interesting plots twists. I look forward to the sequel.
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