Public Face Private Vice Book Review
Charlie and his team are investigating the murder of a popular BBC television personality. While the story and characters are fun, this book is written in a very juvenile manner and unless readers have lots of patience, is one that should probably be skipped.
Gumshoe Book Review
Mortimer Angel is changing careers, from IRS agent to PI. His first day on the job - no experience and no training - he finds the head of the missing mayor in his ex-wife's trunk. This thriller is upbeat, tongue-in-cheek, and has a surprise ending.
Motive Book Review
Alexis Delaware and Milo Sturgis are attempting to solve the murder of a shy, quiet accountant when another murder occurs and may be connected due to full dinners that are set up at the murder victims' homes. This is another great Kellerman novel.
Blueblood Book Review
Marty Singer has been asked to help find who is torturing and killing undercover cops in several jurisdictions in the Washington, DC area. There are plenty of ups and down in this fast-moving book, and it is a nice addition to the series.
Rise of the Enemy Book Review
Carl Logan is back in the second book of the Enemy Series. He is captured and tortured by the Russians and it seems that his agency has set him up.
Her Final Breath Book Review
Tracy Crosswhite is investigating the murders of several strip-club dancers, and is being stalked. Not only is her life in danger, but she is in danger of losing her job. The suspense in this novel builds throughout, and the twists and turns will make it difficult to put down.
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