Jesse Garon is the type of private investigator that a reader loves to read about. When Mr. Wallach writes about this wise cracking, rough, no nonsense, take charge man, he hit upon a great story idea. The problem was there is so much jumping around from the suspense of finding Jesse Garon to the murders, that I at times felt lost. I think the main reason the book is not a total loss is because of how the storyline comes across as a classic detective story, making it a little darker and edgier without being overly crude. Good start for this debut novelist as well as for this being a first book within a series.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More
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