In Someone Else’s Hands by Sam Sommer

Posted: June 8, 2015 in Uncategorized

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When a failed terrorist attack on the Boston Art Museum draws a young gay couple into the plot by abducting and holding them hostage, one of the two men’s lives suddenly and horrifically comes to an end, while the other is saved at the last minute by the swift actions of a hardnosed and dedicated detective.

Drawn into the life of the man he’s just saved (a man who bears a striking resemblance to someone he loved and tragically lost), it soon becomes obvious that there’s more to their friendship than meets the eye.

Through a series of serendipitous events, both men must revisit painful memories and emotions once believed put to rest. Yet what they ultimately discover is that in order to find a future together, they must first find a way of letting go of their pasts.

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Review: This story is tense and romantic all at once. Art and John are lovable characters – similar but different in the very best ways and their individual strength shines through as they find themselves in the middle of a horrific situation. This book is definitely worth a read, I’m looking forward to more work from this author.

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