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Top Customer Reviews
Abraham, a neophyte P.I. (Two weeks) has his first case; a disgraced former police captain whose daughter has disappeared. Jake is his last hope since no one else will take his case. An allegedly corrupt cop there's no help from the pd.
What starts off as a search for the missing daughter turns into a search for a serial killer.
This is a fast and easy read. Jake is a truly engaging character with just the right amounts of nerd, geek and intelligence to make you care. There's the right amount of humor, intrigue, suspense and interesting characters to make this a one sitting read.
I look forward to more from this author
There weren't too many gorey details, which I dislike, it was more like an episode of Columbo or Murder she wrote: light and enjoyable. If you are looking for a fun, fast-paced read I'd definitely recommend it.
There were a few mis-used used words (e.g., elicit when illicit should have been used) but mostly the editing, spelling and grammer was good.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good story, likeable main character, and I love his sense of humor. I will definitely watch for more by this author.Published 5 months ago by SandyN
this was a good little whodunit with no misspellings or wrong words. i enjoyed the story and looked forward to what was going to happen.Published 5 months ago by chiklit
Just finished the book. On the whole an enjoyable read although dragged a little in places. A few typos in the script, surely these should have been sorted out with a quick spell... Read morePublished 6 months ago by ron
I had this book in my library for quite a while. Of late, trying to find something of interest in my library has not worked well. Nothing appealed. Then I happened on this again. Read morePublished 9 months ago by S. Forester
Good character development, unexpected ending with some twists and turns keep it interesting. Collaboration with police and private investigator perhaps not too realistic but... Read morePublished 9 months ago by A reader
This easy to read story about a young detective's first case is easy to read and enjoyable. At the start, Jake works by instinct, but soon turns up evidence of other crimes linked... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Fieldcene
The Shoulders of Giants by Jim Cliff is a brilliant detective thriller worthy of Chandler or Hammett. Read morePublished 10 months ago by tassy
Listened to it while delivering my newspapers, kept me transfixed.
Anyone who likes a good "who dunnit" should read this book.