Finley employees a novelist's attention to detail, and narrator Suzanne Toren uses a gently nuanced delivery to pull back the curtain on a vast government conspiracy...Toren's delivery is compelling and down to earth as family and government secrets are revealed...Toren uses an empathic tone and an edge of steely resolve as Lynn and her colorful friend, Roxy, uncover long-held secrets. Winner of the AudioFile Earphones Award.-- "AudioFile"
X-Files fans will eat up this TV reporter's debut.-- "People magazine"
[A] hugely satisfying, while still mystifying, suspense novel.-- "NPR"
Outstanding...Finley's complex portrayal of his heroic lead will carry readers through plot developments that would come across as unconvincing in the hands of a lesser writer.-- "Publishers Weekly (starred review)"
A gripping and graceful thriller that conjures moody atmosphere and haunting circumstances into a rich read...Will have you turning pages-and turning up the lights.-- "Michael Koryta, New York Times bestselling author"
A top notch, scary, and all-too-real debut with Hollywood written all over it. Thrilling speculative fiction at its finest.-- "J. T. Ellison, New York Times bestselling author"
A delightful mystery with a sci-fi twist that makes the unbelievable seem totally plausible. Fasten your seat belt, lock your doors, and don't go into the woods!-- "Jennifer McMahon, New York Times bestselling author"
With a twisty surprise on every page, this seamlessly written and captivating thriller is edgy, unique, and incredibly thought-provoking. Jeremy Finley is a star.-- "Hank Phillippi Ryan, Agatha, Anthony, and Mary Higgins Clark Award winning author"
An absolute must for anyone who has enjoyed The X-Files...The Darkest Time of Night combines science fiction and mystery with family drama and wins on all fronts.-- "F. Paul Wilson, author of The God Gene"
From the first page, I was hooked on Jeremy Finley's action-packed thriller. Tension crackles, mysteries abound, and conspiracies escalate in this crisply-written and imaginative novel. As the indomitable heroines (think Thelma and Louise) race against time and UFOs to find a missing child, Finley's unerring sense of pacing and suspense will make you read far into the darkest time of night.-- "Ann Weisgarber, author of The Personal History of Rachel DuPree"