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Darkness Left Undone

4.25  ·  Rating details ·  12 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
When Michael Andrews' friend disappears, he is lured into tracking down a person from his past that he thinks was behind it. Once again he must cross paths with the criminal mind of Martin Garcia. However things are not at all what it seems and Michael finds himself in the mist of a conspiracy that stretches from Georgia to Vatican City. He will have to choose between putt ...more
Paperback, 326 pages
Published July 24th 2012 by (first published July 9th 2012)
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Helen Philips
Jul 25, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Hooked from the first page, intrigued from the second, and edge of my seat through the entire novel! BRILLIANT WORK!!
Aug 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
In Carl Henegan’s newest book “Darkness Left Undone” bar owner Michael Andrews latest adventure takes him from Dallas to Morocco an places in between.
When Eric Dunbar goes missing after a video chat with him, Mike takes off for Budapest to find his good friend.
During his search Mike meets the beautiful Ilona.But does she hold the answers he is looking for?
After learning Eric’s disappearance is connected to Martin Garcia, a long time enemy Mike realizes finding Eric is a matter or life or death.
Jocelyn Shields
Sep 03, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Loved this book. I have recommend this book to many and also given it as a gift. I would like to see more from Carl Henegan. I understand he has another book coming out this fall. I am looking forward to it!
Piper Lynch
May 14, 2013 rated it it was ok
The story itself was OK, but I read on my kindle and the editing errors were egregious! It was almost a game to see how many errors I could find per page. It was so bad it distracted from the story. It is Father General or Farther General or Farter General - surprisingly on one page it was all of the above. Terrible.
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Born and raised in Houston Texas, Carl Henegan spent his early years writing poetry and short stories for self entertainment. With the encouragement of a high school English teacher he maintained his love for writing and soon took several attempts at longer poems and books. He vividly remembers the first time he was captured by the writings of authors like Allan Folsom, Michael Crichton, Dan Brown ...more
“Every moment is precious, even the ones behind me that I often reflect upon with a reserved smile. However…I seldom look back, only forward in anticipation of the next greater now.” 14 likes
“Life was so simple when apples and blackberries were fruit, a tweet was the sound of nature, and facebooks were photo albums” 13 likes
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