Browse Reviews :: Waking Hours
By Lis Wiehl with Pete Nelson
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 10/8 Amanda Chambers wrote: This book drove me crazy. I was so creeped out that I kept wanting to stop reading, but I couldn't stop because I had to know what happened. Waking Hours was published by a Christian publisher, but don't make the mistake of thinking that means it's not a book that will keep you up at night. It just means ... Couldn't put it down!
On 10/7 Pamelamo wrote: “Waking Hours” is one of those page-turners that are difficult to put down. I found myself up until the wee hours because I didn’t want to stop until I reached the end. Then to my surprise, I found that matters were only partially resolved. I have been left hanging high and dry until the sequel ... Waking Hours
On 10/7 The Tattooed Homeschooling Housewife wrote: Welcome to East Salem: A deceptively sleepy town where ancient supernatural forces are being awakened. A high-school girl is found murdered in a park in Westchester County, New York. The shocking manner of her death confounds the town and intrigues forensic psychiatrist Dani Harris, who is determined ... Book Sneeze Review : Waking Hours
On 10/7 butterflyreview wrote: The book starts with a high school girl being brutally murdered in East Salem, a small town in New York. Dani Harris, a forensic psychiatrist, is called in to assist in the investigation. At the same time of the murder an elderly woman wanders onto the property of Tommy Gunderson, a former NFL linebacker. ... Waking Hours
On 10/6 Angel Lee wrote: I love fiction. If more than a few months of my life passes without reading a good novel, I start to get literal physical cravings. So I was super excited when I saw an email announcing several new fiction books being released to the BookSneeze program. I started off with this title: Waking Hours by Lis Wiehl ... Scary, Interesting, with a Touch of Cheese
On 10/5 Taliesin Tale-Weaver wrote: The sleepy little town of East Salem is startled into fear by the gruesome murder of a teenage girl (note: it’s probably safer to avoid small, East Coast towns called Salem: I’m started to think the five letters are shorthand for ‘and now, everybody dies!’). Criminal psychologist Dani Harris ... Excellent!
On 10/5 TLeBrun wrote: I just finished an awesome book! Waking Hours, written by New York Times Best Selling Author Lis Wiehl with Pete Nelson. I received this book as an early release from booksneeze... and although I finished it 3 days ago I had to wait to tell you have much I enjoyed this book! Waking Hours is the first ... Waking Hours
On 10/5 Allorah Malarkey wrote: Waking Hours is the first in a new East Salem Trilogy series by best-selling author Lis Wiehl. The characters of the story are written and developed in a thorough and well-rounded context. Lis also does a great job of changing the narration point of view from Dani to Tommy and back again. This novel ... Waking Hours: Thought Provoking and a Good Start to a New Trilogy
On 10/5 Kerusso wrote: Good evening, people! I’ve received a new book recently, and now I have to tell you all how great it was. Before I get started, however, I need to let you all know that I received this book for free from the Thomas Nelson publishing program in exchange for an honest review. Everything I say in the ... Waking Hours by Lis Wiehl
On 10/4 Diane Kinney wrote: Much like Frank Peretti, Lis Weihl delves into the supernatural and the power of evil. I have enjoyed previous books by this author and continued to enjoy this new book.The story follows Dani, a psychiatrist who works for the DA, as she tries to solve a local murder. With the help of her friend, Tommy, ... Waking Hours