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Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite
I teach English in China. It is an exciting place that I think will challenge America soon. How that will turn out is anyone’s guess. But until then, I predict we will be seeing more and more movies featuring China. And we will be reading more and more books about China. If you want to get ahead of that trend by reading a good book now, read Time Between Days by Greg Johns. It is intriguing and exotic, much like China itself. It is an unusual international murder mystery. I loved it, and I think if you are at all curious about China, or you just like a good mystery, you will love Time Between Days too. It is a one of a kind mystery, at least to me.
The writing is good in Time Between Days. It moves the story along at a good pace as we learn more and more about the mystery and the man. The man is Sean Michael Barber. The mystery is why was he killed? Greg Johns peels this onion for us, layer by layer. Characters are interesting and well fleshed out. Places contribute greatly to the mood and the tone. The plot is brilliant. I haven’t read many plots woven together as skillfully as this one, and Andre Woo is just the investigator to unravel it. I liked him. I liked his intellect and his personality. I think you will like the inspector too. If you like a good mystery, you will like Time Between Days by Greg Johns.