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They were all attention holders, the kind of plot building that keeps me turning pages.
Granted this is a small thing but it is annoying when you read an error like this when the geography and history snippets in the book are so carefully researched.
I love that the main character David Mapstone is a historian with the sheriff's department in Phoenix.
Really like this author, enjoyed the book. It was a little sad though.Published 5 days ago by K. Kirkpatrick
Loved it. I grew up in South Phoenix.... this captures the area beautifully. The book is dark, the plotting is complex, and the protagonist is intriguing and flawed, but smart. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Barbara Williams
Another fine entry in this series. We learn history and confront problems. Our hero loses a lot. His world is shaken. You might not want to visit Phoenix after reading this. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John Bowes
I have read all the books in the David Mapstone Series. They were all attention holders, the kind of plot building that keeps me turning pages. I enjoyed the Arizona history. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brockmann fan
I've lived in Phoenix and my family lives there. It was great reading about the fish & chips place where we used to eat. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ogie B.
I've read several of the Mapstone books and this is definitely the one I like the least so far. The character is too moody and morose in this installment. Read morePublished 13 months ago by KarenC
Good mystery, well developed fully human characters. South Phoenix is hot but the author keeps it from being "dry". I'm looking for more from Jon Talton!Published 16 months ago by C. T. Lummus
As a many decades resident of Phoenix, I looked forward to finally reading a police procedural set here at home.
What a disappointment! Read more
Another in this series. A little blacker than the others and more melancholic. Still a good read. The story continues.Published 20 months ago by Bookworm