Gate 76 by Andrew Diamond
I had hopes for this being captivating. It started out good; I thought I was in for an interesting story. It quickly plunged into a very boring saga of the main character driving to Town X and talking to Joe, driving to Town Y and talking to Bob, driving to Town Z and talking to Fred, e-mailing Bill, Jane and Sally, and calling back to his office to report in and keep his partner confused.
This one has not changed my mind on why I dislike mysteries.
I was in a "book and one other thing" exchange. I gave my person this book along with a bag that I made. She likes mysteries; I'm sorry I gave it to her, but I'm hopeful she might like it.