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Layover In this high concept psychological suspense novel from the USA Today bestselling author of Somebody s Daughter, a chance meeting with a woman in an airport sends a man on a pulse pounding quest for the truth Joshua Fields takes the same flights every week for work, his life a series of departures and arrivals, hotels and airports During yet another layover, he meets Morgan, a beautiful stranger with whom he feels an immediate connection When it s time for their respective flights, Morgan kisses Joshua passionately, lamenting that they ll never see each other again.As soon as Morgan disappears in the crowd, Joshua is shocked to see her face on a nearby TV The reason Morgan is a missing person.What follows is a whirlwind, fast paced journey filled with lies, deceit, and secrets as Joshua tries to discover why Morgan has vanished from her own life Every time he thinks one mystery is solved, another rears its head and his worst enemy might be his own assumptions about those around him. Free Read [ Layover ] author [ David Bell ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  1. You know what I really liked about this book Actually I liked quite a few things First of all, David Bell is a great writer His characterizations are excellent, I felt like I really knew Joshua, Morgan, and the determined and persistently hungry Detective Givens Small aside I think her hunger was supposed demonstrate how dedicated she was to her job, how self sacrificing, etc But too often when the POV switched back to her, it led off with her gnawing hunger as if it s noble to be starvi You know what I really liked about this book Actually I liked quite a few things First of all, David Bell is a great writer His characterizations are excellent, I felt like I really knew Joshua, Morgan, and the determined and persistently hungry Detective Givens Small aside I think her hunger was supposed demonstrate how dedicated she was to her job, how self sacrificing, etc But too often when the POV switched back to her, it led off with her gnawing hunger as if it s noble to be starving Eat a sammich and just stop.Okay, anyway, I also loved that this doesn t get wrapped up in a lovely package Much like in real life things are complic...

  2. I really enjoyed the first half or so of the book but my interest started to go downhill from that point on For the most part though, I did like how the author chose to wrap the story up as I don t think he went the conventional route The ending for me helped push this book back into the decent read category, although other readers might disagree.Joshua Fields hates flying which is a bit of a problem considering his job forces him to travel by airplane all the time A pre flight routine of pop I really enjoyed the first half or so of the book but my interest started to go downhill from that point on For the most part though, I did like how the author chose to wrap the story up as I don t think he went the conventional route The ending for me helped push this book back into the decent read category, although other readers might disagree.Joshua Fields hates flying which is a bit of a problem considering his job forces him to travel by airplane all the time A pre flight routine of popping a Xanax and drinking an alcoholic beverage is the best solution he can come up with to dealing with his phobia D...

  3. I ve read another book by David Bell and liked his writing style This book grabbed my attention from the start I thought it was a clever premisetwo strangers meet by chance in an airport and are intrigued with one another but all is not what it seems.The first part of the book was good and I was fully engaged trying to figure out what was going on It dragged a bit in the middle and I was not very satisfied by the ending I expected something surprising I think David Bell is a talented wri I ve read another book by David Bell and liked his writing style This book grabbed my attention from the start I thought it was a clever premisetwo strangers meet by chance in an airport and are intrigued with one another but all is not what it seems.The first part of the book was good and I was fully engaged trying to figure out what was going on It dragged a bit in the middle and I was not very satisfied by the ending I expected something surprising I think Da...

  4. Joshua Fields takes the same flights every week for work His life is a series of departures and arrivals, hotels and airports During yet another layover, Joshua meets Morgan, a beautiful stranger with whom he feels an immediate connection When it s time for their flights, Morgan gets up to leave, leans over and passionately kisses Joshua, lamenting that they ll never see each other again Joshua does not want to accept that It was love at first sight for him He is a young man in his twent Joshua Fields takes the same flights every week for work His life is a series of departures and arrivals, hotels and airports During yet another layover, Joshua meets Morgan, a beautiful stranger with whom he feels an immediate connection When it s time for their flights, Morgan gets up to leave, leans over and passionately kisses Joshua, lamenting that they ll never see each other again Joshua does not want to accept that It was love at first sight for him He is a young man in his twenties, and let s face itat that age you can feel desperately in loveStunned, and not understanding why she would say this, he looks up at an airport TV and reads HAVE YOU SEEN MORGAN Missing person, Believed Endangered Morgan Reynolds, Age 25 For the first half of the book, I was engaged in the story As a person who travels for a living, David Bell captured the essence of airports, flights, airline employees, and hotels perfectly.I was enjoying the premise, and the relationship developing bet...

  5. There s a touch of edge of seatness in this book to be sure, but I d describe itas a coming of age character study than a spine tingling thriller And I admit it s a bit of a stretch when it comes to believability but then again, this is a work of fiction so whether it could happen in real life really doesn t count for much The bottom line is how well it s written and I have no real complaints on that score had I been able to finish it in one sitting, I would have.Joshua Fields is y There s a touch of edge of seatness in this book to be sure, but I d describe itas a coming of age character study than a spine tingling thriller And I admit it s a bit of a stretch when it comes to believability but then again, this is a work of fiction so whether it could happen in real life really doesn t count for much The bottom line is how well it s written and I have no real complaints on that score had I been able to finish it in one sitting, I would have.Joshua Fields is your average Joe went to work for his father, spending his days and not a few nights on the road helping with real estate deals and making his dad proud He s got a girlfriend, although they re not quite seeing eye to eye at the moment and are taking a break He m...

  6. In the hands of a master in suspense like Bell, a chance flirtation at an airport leads to a fast paced novel filled with turbulence Make sure your belt is fastened and enjoy Bell is at his best.

  7. Another great thriller by David Bell Loved it.

  8. Review coming, but spoiler

  9. There were times when I rolled my eyes thinking how could anyone be that stupid, but I did enjoy the book

  10. Enjoyable but you kinda knew who done it I really wanted to like this book I was highly anticipating it because the story synopsis sounded so great Random stranger you hit it off with and then find yourself involved in strange situations and flying all over the eastern seaboard.The book is written in Bell s familiar style of short chapters and not an overload of conversation, which I really appreciate The beginning is interesting it grabs you and sets up a great storyline Enjoyable but you kinda knew who done it I really wanted to like this book I was highly anticipating it because the story synopsis sounded so great Random stranger you hit it off with and then find yourself involved in strange situations and flying all over the eastern seaboard.The book is written in Bell s familiar style of short chapters and not an overload of conversation, which I really appreciate The beginning is interesting it grabs you and sets up a great storyline But towards the end of the book, he loses me.The male lead ends up sounding desperate The female lead is dodgy and seems to be a bit cracked The police interaction is drab and dull Bell does add in a few twists and one impressive character However, there s not a whole lot of excitement in this book.Like I said I really wanted to love this story because of who wrote it And while I did really enjoy parts of it, it was too easy to figure out who done it and it seemed very lackluster.Will I read another by him in the ...

  11. A suspense filled, fast paced book that had me flipping the pages to find out what was going to happen Layover is entertaining storytelling at its best The book switches smoothly between Joshua Fields, an All American guy working in a job he hates, flying on planes he s terrified of, and Detective Kimberly Givens, a single mom doing her best to be there for her daughter while trying to find a local businessman who s gone missing These two stories intersect seamlessly in a way that not only bui A suspense filled, fast paced book that had me flipping the pages to find out what was going to happen Layover is entertaining storytelling at its best The book switches smoothly between Joshua Fields, an All American guy working in a job he hates, flying on planes he s terrified of, and Detective Kimberly Givens, a single mom doing her best to be there for her daughter while trying to find a local businessman who...