Blog Tour and Review: 133 Hours by Zach Abrams @rararesources @authorway

133 Hours

133 Hours
Arriving at work to find she’s lost more than five-and-a-half days (133 hours), Briony Chaplin, has no recollection of where she’d been or what had happened to her. She is distraught. Has she been ill, or had a breakdown, or could she have been drugged and abducted?

Doubting her own sanity, Briony is fearful of what she’ll find. Yet she’s driven to discover the truth. When she trawls her memories, she’s terrified by visions, believing she may have been abused and raped.

Assisted by her friends Alesha and Jenny, and supported by a retired detective, she’s determined to learn where she’s been and why.

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Author Bio –
Having the background of a successful career in commerce and finance, Zach Abrams has spent many years writing reports, letters and presentations and it’s only fairly recently he started writing novels. “It’s a more honourable type of fiction,” he declares.

Writer of the Alex Warren Murder Mystery series, set in Scotland, Zach has also written the psychological thriller ‘Ring Fenced’ and the financial thriller ‘Source’, as well as collaborating with Elly Grant on a book of short stories.

Zach is currently producing a non-fiction series to help small businesses -using the collective title ‘Mind Your Own Business’. The first, ‘So, You Think You Want to be a Landlord’ is already available.

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Twitter: @authorway

My Review:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Psychological thriller, police procedural, revenge, jealousy, and secrets make up this story.

Briony shows up to work on Thursday morning only to discover that she may lose her job. Her boss is a tough lady who is not happy with Briony when she shows up to work in clothes that look as if she’s been sleeping in them, and late. Briony will learn so much about her life and will find that most of her life has been a lie. Her parents have kept secrets from her and Briony’s life will be changed in so many ways when she tries to discover what happened to her.

I read this book in one day and hated for it to end. I was pulled in from the first page and the suspense and intrigue kept my attention until the final page. The details that were pulled out during the investigation of Briony’s missing days were interesting and twisted. I loved it and wanted more. I give this story a 5-star review and suggest it to readers who enjoy police procedural, psychological thrillers, and revenge stories. This story will give you all of this and so much more. It’s a tragic story of deception, jealousy, betrayal, and mind games.


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