48 Hours to Die: An Anthony Stone Novel by Silk White

48 Hours to Die: An Anthony Stone Novel

By Silk White

  • Publication Date: 2015-03-26
  • Genre: African American
3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 160 Ratings)

Book Synopsis

A deadly serial killer that goes by the name Uncle Sam is on the loose terrorizing the city. By day he's a regular working man, but by night he transforms into a vicious killer that preys on single women. Everything is fine until Detective Anthony Stone begins to stick his nose in Uncle Sam's business. Uncle Sam then captures Anthony Stone's family and gives the detective 48 hours to either kill himself or watch his loved one's die..... the choice is his.

Just when Anthony Stone's life is calming down, he's forced to make a decision that will change his life as well as all the lives around him forever.

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Latest User Reviews

  • 48 Hours to die

    1
    By gramkr
    Terrible grammar and punctuation. Ending never addressed what happened to Tasha's mother.
  • 48 hours to die

    5
    By Afaireslady
    Riveting -good from beginning to end
  • FANTASTIC READ

    5
    By Purr65
    Excellent...Fast pace...Exciting....Edgy...,,Amazing. May I say more!!! Highly recommend this Book. Brilliantly written. You won’t be disappointed ✨🌟⭐️✨💫
  • 48 hours to die

    1
    By Keller reader
    Throughout the book, there were run on sentences, bad punctuation and grammatical errors. There were even words used in the wrong form (there instead of their, women instead of woman, etc). The author used the character's full name through the entire book, even in back to back sentences. Without all the errors I kept finding and focusing on, his could have been a good story.
  • I could write a better book

    1
    By Súbuelo
    The author uses "Anthony Stone" way too much. The conversation with his girlfriend, Tasha, always end in "baby," can't come up with something more original? The punctuation in this book is horrible! Thank god it was free.
  • Nope.

    1
    By LoveDelle
    Agreeing with many other reviewers. Poorly written. Doesn't seem to have been edited at all. And it's incredibly annoying to read "Anthony Stone" over and over again. It's a shame because it has potential to be a good book. I really couldn't finish it.
  • 48 Hours to Die

    1
    By tfd critic
    This book was so bad, I had to write a review. I am disappointed i can't rate it less than one star. If it was free, it was still not worth the price. The shallow characters had the most inane and ridiculous dialogue. Totally unbelievable. The lack of editing pushed it even further over the edge into pure garbage. Total waste of time, money, and space.
  • 48 Hours to Die

    1
    By Cldema1218
    This book didn't seem to have been edited at all. There are multiple grammatical and spelling errors. The over abundance and misplacement of commas is distracting and, quite frankly, annoying. Another annoyance is the overuse of the main character's full name. Once initially introduced to Anthony Stone, the use of the character's first name only would have been sufficient. The storyline is okay if not a little pedestrian. However, the Lisa character's arc seems unbelievable and unnecessary other than to provide a weak link to the murders. The story seem to resolve too quickly and easily, with no intricate twists and turns to make the story more engaging. Overall, I would not recommend unless you enjoy reading what amounts to a middle school student's writing assignment.
  • 48 Hours to Die

    1
    By Cationxyz
    Poorly written. Many misspellings. Grammar and punctuation awful. No character or plot development. Not worth free.
  • 48 Hours to Die by Silk White

    1
    By Nschubee
    Too much. Much too much.

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