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The Ambiguity of Guilt: A Haszard Narrative (The Haszard Narratives) (Volume 8) Paperback – February 28, 2017
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I love how Hasz has this strength about him, a nosy strength where he has to stick his beak into everything, that dire need to solve everything that is going on around him. He does a far better job at it than the cops.
An amazing read, very addictive and one that has left me wanting to read the other books in the series, don’t get me wrong this was book 8 and it reads perfectly fine on its own. I just personally want to start at the beginning to really dive right into Hasz and all of his amazing and quirky, funny, and that unbelievable mind of his that I’m urged to get the entire series. That really speaks volumes for the author, he not only can write but he draws you in. I found myself staying up late, neglecting my own need to sleep to finish this book.
There is another character that I also enjoyed, and that is Ed, he is a tough nut, with his abilities he makes you feel safe, if you were thrown into the world of which Haszard is, I’d want Ed by my side for sure.
For me Hasz is the modern day ‘Nancy Drew’ only ten times better. If you love mystery and suspense then you are going to love this book very much.
The Ambiguity of Guilt is a jewel of a story. These books almost make me nostalgic—I loved reading mysteries as a child, mainly Nancy Drew. With Haz, I feel like I get the grown-up version of that but with darker themes and dark humor that keeps me interested throughout.
What I loved most about this one is that I felt like I had it figured out at several points—but as usual, there were surprises in store for me. Hatt has this incredible gift of making the reader feel as though they are solving the mystery along with the characters, step by step, while still throwing in some unexpected curveballs along the way. This was a satisfying read. I love how the main character Haz is evolving, but still sticking to some of his old ways. He builds relationships everywhere he goes, and I love all of the secondary characters too.
I highly recommend this 5-star read to fans of mystery and suspense!
Now I need to go back track and read the two I missed in between!