Book Review: 29 Seconds, by T.M. Logan

  • 368 pages
  • St. Martin’s Press (September 10, 2019)
  • ISBN-10: 1250182298
  • ISBN-13: 978-1250182296
    29 SECONDS

I firmly believe T.M. Logan is going to become one of the hottest thriller writers out there. His writing kind of reminds me of Harlan Coben. There is a smooth, crisp writing style that just guides the reader along. 29 SECONDS was like watching a movie.

The premise is fun. In a contorted, sick, dark kind-of-way. Imagine selflessly saving someone’s life and in return you are rewarded for your own bravery. That is what happened to Sarah. However, the reward she is given is not what most people might expect.

Sarah is given a cell phone and told if she wants any one person to disappear all she needs to do is use the phone and give a name. When she finally gives in and shares the name of the person she wants killed, she becomes distraught.

She feels guilty and is worried the police will know she was somehow involved in the death of a person in her life. This seems bad enough. However, things get even worse when plans didn’t work out the way Sarah expected them.

Everything in her life quickly unravels. If she can’t set things right she knows it won’t be long before she is sent to prison for something she didn’t actually do!

A fantastic, fast-paced thriller. Loving Logan. Will be keeping an eye on the releases from this guy, that’s for certain!

Phillip Tomasso
Author of the crime novel YOU CHOOSE
and the supernatural thriller WOMAN IN THE WOODS

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