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Publisher's Summary

Henry Bins has Henry Bins.

A sleeping disorder, named after him.

He is awake for one hour a day.

He wakes up at 3 a.m. then falls asleep at 4 a.m.

Life is simple.

Until he hears the woman scream.

And sees the man leave the house across the street.

But not just any man.

The President of the United States.

©2015 Nick Pirog (P)2016 Nick Pirog

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3 A M Audio narrated by James Barak

Narrated to perfection! The tone and pace captured each moment and built suspense while still expressing a wry sense of humor! The Narrators' use of various voices was well done and believable. Thanks for making my first audio novel a terrific experience!
Kathie Akers

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great!

quick and wonderful to listen to. liked the narrator as well. Good story without meaningless filler.

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That cute cat 🐱

I Really liked this murder mystery. It has so many twists in the plot that it kept me on my toes. I laughed alot.

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  • Andrea
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  • 02-07-17

interesting idea

Nice idea to have a person, who is up only 60 minutes a day, solve a mystery story. Henry’s brilliant mind is not quite believable, but that doesn’t matter, as the pace is good (fast) and the plot gripping with enough twists. Will continue the series (note: there is no cliff-hanger).
Narration is well done.