Eleven Days

Opening with a grisly murder scene at a usually quiet farmhouse, Eleven Days by Donald Harstad hits the ground running and never lets up, making it a difficult book to put down and walk away from. The rural setting is a refreshing break from the usual police procedural novels set in some big city, and serves to show that true evil lives in the heart of man no matter where on the map he might reside. Harstad spins a tale filled with a great cast of characters, and one that keeps you guessing all the way to the final violent conclusion.

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