I finished reading Change of Address last night and enjoyed it but wasn't completely satisfied.
While I liked Spencer, the PI in the story, he wasn't completely believable. He seemed too naive for a police captain's son, a young man with a degree in psychology and law enforcement, and for someone who went to the police academy. I can relate to his enthusiasm for wanting to get the 'bad guys' off the street and struggling with legal restrictions; I also understand breaking some rules to save a life, but it's not believable that he would continually expect Stosh to break rules when Spencer should know the consequences. Also, "cuz" for because, is a little too much. And then, when I finished the book, though it didn't seem like the end to me, chapters 34-45 were repeated. I thought at first that I had just lost track of chapters or that it was 'deja vu' where information left out the first time around was coming to light, but it was just chapters being repeated. One last thing, Spencer shares too much confidential information with too many people. If I ever need a PI, I'll want someone who can keep things 'private' and not share information with everyone he trusts.
I did enjoy the book, but a little rewriting (in my opinion) would make it better; and the repeated chapters need to be taken out. If I come across another Spencer Manning mystery by Rick Polad, I'll probably give it a try to see if Spencer has grown as a character. I give Mr. Polad credit; I don't have the ideas to write a book; he does.