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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Out of Range

Is it possible to really know someone? Even if you have married them, raised a family and spent time traveling with them? It is possible that after all these years the person you married isn't the person you thought after all?

That's just some of the thoughts going through Charlie Davis' mind when he realizes his wife has been kidnapped while driving home with his two children. He begins to go back in his mind to what could have happened. While his wife just returned from a trip to New York to visit her sister, she had come home to take the kids to Disneyland as a way to spend time with them after being gone. Charlie of course, had to work covering local politics for the LA Times. His wife Julie had decided to forgo work and instead opted to stay home and raise the kids. What was supposed to be a typical day of fun, soon turned into a nightmare as Charlie was on the phone with his wife Julie.

The kids were acting up and she needed some time to pull off the freeway to calm them down before driving home. She told Charlie she call him right back, but after almost an hour she hadn't called. Even more mysterious is that all her calls are going to voicemail. Charlie tries to reason with himself all the possible scenarios that could cause the phone to go to voicemail. Maybe one of the kids got sick, the phone died and she couldn't charge it, maybe she got into an accident. Knowing a general place where she would have taken an exit from the freeway, Charlie rushes to the area and soon sees police vehicles at the end of a dead end street. The only thing left in the dark is his wife's car and his children. Julie is gone.

Now under investigation from the police who believes that Charlie has killed his wife and subsequently has attempted to cover up the crime scene, he soon learns that his wife may have lead a life his really knew nothing about and the time they they spent together in Uzbekistan six years early is about to have some chilling consequences.

In the debut novel, Out of Range by Hank Steinberg due out on June 4, 2013, takes the reader into what is possibly coming to the big screen as a Hollywood movie. This is action packed and full to the brink with adrenaline! I read it from cover to cover in a matter of hours because I couldn't put it down. Just when I think I had it figured out, the author blind sided me and I had it all wrong. Be warned, this one could keep you up at night just waiting to finish it.

I received Out of Range by Hank Steinbergy compliments of William Morrow Publishers, a division of Harper Collins Publishers for my honest review. To say that I couldn't put it down tells you just how good it is. I can relate this to any of Harrison Fords movies like the Fugitive because the action is truly non stop from beginning to end.  I rate this one a 4 out of 5 stars strictly due to the profanity, but if that were missing then this one for me would be a 5-star book! For those of you that love a great suspense thriller taking you literally all over the globe, then this is a must read for you.

Author Hank Steinberg is the acclaimed creator of the hit TV series, Without a Trace who makes his publishing debut in this novel about a husband searching for his wife and the unspoken secrets of their marriage that will lead him straight into a deadly world of spies, lies and obsession.

For more information about Out of Range, Hank Steinberg, or where you can preorder a copy of this book today, please click on the link below:

  • Hardcover: 352 pages
  • Publisher: William Morrow (June 4, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0062080539
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062080530
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.1 x 9 inches

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