Trying to get back into the swing of regular Tuesday reviews on Bookin’ It. Here’s the first one for this year. Enjoy!
My Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
In the late nineties, a bad cop killed a good woman and DC Homicide detective Marty Singer got to watch as the murderer walked out of the courtroom a free man. Twelve years later, the victim’s daughter comes to Marty begging for help: the killer is stalking her now. There’s just one problem: Marty’s retired…and he’s retired because he’s battling cancer. But with a second shot at the killer—and a first chance at redemption—Marty’s just found A Reason to Live.
I don’t often read “straight-up” mysteries, but something about this blurb appealed to me, so I gave it a try, and was happily surprised. I found Marty Singer to be a very likable guy, and I was engaged with the plot all the way.
It’s often difficult to make a character suffering from something like colon cancer sympathetic to the reader in just the…
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