The Dying Hour

The Dying Hour Review

The Dying Hour introduces Jason Wade, a rookie crime reporter with The Seattle Mirror, a loner who grew up in the shadow of a brewery in one of the city's blue-collar neighborhoods. At The Seattle Mirror, he is competing for the single full-time job being offered through the paper's intense intern program. But unlike the program's other young reporters, who attended big name schools and worked at other big metro dailies, Wade put himself through community college, and lacked the same experience.

Wade struggles with his haunting past as he pursues the story of Karen Harding, a college student whose car was found abandoned on a lonely stretch of highway in the Pacific Northwest. How could this beloved young woman with the altruistic nature simply vanish?

Wade battles mounting odds and cut-throat competition to unearth the truth behind Karen Harding's disturbing case. Her disappearance is a story he cannot give up, never realizing the toll it could exact from him. The Dying Hour is a bone-chilling, mesmerizing page-turner that introduces readers to an all-too-human young hero who journeys into the darkest regions of the human heart to confront a nightmare.

Title:The Dying Hour
Edition Language:English

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  • Laurel

    Jason Wade is an intern at a Seattle newspaper. Competing with other rookie reporters for a single job, he is assigned the night crimes desk, the short stick for new reporters. Jason is fighting sever...

  • Judi

    This book was the first in a series of Jason Wade books and I found it really creepy. It was crazy and suspenseful, although I personally could have done without so much gore. It held me from the git-...

  • Candi Holzsager

    Disappointing. I hate a story of convenience and that's what this is. Everything fits in place like a convenient little framed puzzle. NO surprises, too many "happy endings," mediocre writing at best....

  • Sudarshan Karnavat

    A fast paced gory thriller that I finished in one sitting...

  • Ladory

    I love reading Rick Mofina! This was the third book of his that I have read. I just got this one either free or very inexpensively on my kindle. Even though I had just started another book, I had to p...

  • Amanda

    So far, Bookbub hasn't really steered me wrong with free books. And, this is big, I'm actually starting series at the beginning!This is the first Jason Wade book. I'll admit to being surprised it's a ...

  • Harold Kasselman

    I typically avoid serial killer novels, but I have read another Rick Mofina novel and really enjoyed it. This case is horrifying and riveting. I love the crime reporter backstory and the troubled life...

  • Emily

    I had read the second book in the Jason Wade trilogy previously and liked it so went back to find the first installment on Kindle. Another good, fast-reading, page-turning mystery! A couple of editori...

  • Linda Lpp

    Wow. Loved it. Fast paced. Gutsy Jason Wade was introduced as an intern competing for a full time newspaper position. Always getting into hot water for poking his nose into areas not officially author...

  • Stella Joseph

    Fantastic ride Loved this book, each chapter made me want to continue reading. I liked Jason Wade - I found his character refreshingly different. ...