Book Review: ‘Every Waking Hour: An Ellery Hathaway Novel’ By Joanna Schaffhausen

Ellery Hatahway is back for her fourth novel and this time it’s a more personal book. She and FBI agent Reed Markham (who saved her from a serial killer when she was a teen) and still together and in love. He’s visiting Boston with his daughter and Ellery has no idea how to relate to a child. And if Markham’s ex-wife finds out she will be pissed. While on an outing a 12 year old girl named Chloe Lockhart goes missing and Ellery and Reed are on the case, as this hits close to home for Ellery. As they investigate they learn shocking things about the family and their history. On top of that Ellery’s sister shows up as she has run away from her father, the one Ellery has no desire to see. It’s a race against the clock to find her before it’s too late. And Ellery has come to a decision about her relationship with Reed and Reed gets a shocking call to end the novel and set up the next one.

I’ve been reading this series since the beginning and each book gets better and better. A lot happens in this one personally and with the twists and turns, I cannot wait for the next one.

You can pick up Every Waking Hour in stores on Tuesday, January 26th from Minotaur Books.

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