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- ASIN : B00DL5T200
- Publisher : Ray of Joy Publishing; 3rd edition (August 11, 2014)
- Publication date : August 11, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 1067 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 305 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,250 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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Jeremy is our antagonist in the story, and the author does a great job showing us his story with the use of flashbacks. We learn how he was raised, who his parents were and their story as it impacts Jeremy. We also learn how Jeremy views some people who deserve what he dishes out and why he calls it justice.
Anne and Jake have a son named Matty who loves to wrestle with his Dad and do other interactive activities with him. Anne seems to be the one whose strength is administrating, organizing and getting a general sense of people. Jake is a hands-on kind of guy who interacts more with the police and prefers being on the move, doing anything to help solve the case rather than being cooped up in an office.
When a young girl named Jenny goes missing and the police have exhausted all possible leads, a detective sends the mother to his friends the Lincolns. Hank, the detective, is good friends with the Lincolns and helps in any way he can to get Jenny back home to her mother alive. While doing that, Hank begins to fall for Jenny’s mom, Amelia.
So all in all it is a great story. There is no sex or foul language, just a good murder mystery with interesting characters! I cannot wait to read the next book titled, Cold Justice!
Jeremy had his father’s old H& R .22-caliber revolver aimed it at Joey & he was history.
Jeremy covered Joey’s corpse with dirt in the grave he had preciously dug.
Richmond Hill. 8/7, as Jake Lincoln (husband/father, Lincoln Investigations PI), was eating his apple pie & was getting onto Annie Lincoln (wife/mother, Lincoln Investigations PI, P/T research asst.) about the missing boy’s case.
Jeremy (24) just buried another corpse.
8/8, Detective Hank Corning (40) told Mrs. James (35+) they had done all they could to find her missing daughter Jenny James (16).
Mrs. Amelia James (widow/mother) called Lincoln Investigations.
Jake, & Annie went to interview Amelia about Jenny.
She was last seen 8/2, headed for Richmond Hill Public School.
Officer “Yappy” Spiegle had pursued & when the occupant wrecked it, he took off running.
The car was registered to Chad Allen Bronson (18, Mortino’s).
Center Street Delicatessen (Jewish). Detective Corning decided it was time for Amelia to get out of the house.
Detective Corning, & Officer Spiegle had arrived at the crime scene.
The deceased was Chad.
Carville St. Basil Wrightson coming back to his apartment after the daily walk of Pup (brown terrier) noticed blood seeping out of Mrs. Edna Bellows (89) # 204 apartment.
8/14, Jake Lincoln (husband/father, Lincoln Investigations PI), Annie Lincoln (wife/mother, Lincoln Investigations PI), & Matty Lincoln (son) went on a picnic.
Jeremy Spencer Grandmother was cruel, & not nice.
She used the belt on him a lot.
Why did Amelia call Detective Hank Corning (lead investigator)?
Why did MacKay call Jeremy to the office?
Would the murder mysteries be solved & someone brought to justice?
Warning: This book contains graphic adult content, or violence, which is only suitable for mature readers. It may be offensive or have potential adverse psychological effects on the reader.
I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one.
A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written murder mystery book. It was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great set of unique characters to keep track of. This could also make another great serial killer movie, or better yet a mini TV series. There is no doubt in my mind this is a very easy rating of 5 stars.
Thank you for the free DailyFreeBooks; Ray of Joy Publishing; 3rd edition; Amazon Digital Services LLC.; book
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
The story follows the search for a 16 year old girl who has gone missing and a detective agency couple who are helping the search. The story is narrated by multiple POV (the killer, the husband and wife of the detective agency) and flows very well. I personally found the killer pretty disturbing but written with layers. The book is pretty dark but not obscene or filled with explicit sex. Unlike some other "soft" detective novels, the main heroes here make sensible decisions pretty much in the entire book which is a refreshing.
Overall, I found this book a very entertaining read with well-written characters and would recommend this book for anyone looking for a nice detective/thriller story.
Worth The Money: Yes
Would I Recommend It: Yes
Top reviews from other countries
dose not show the police force in a good light at all, this is supposed to be a city.
Found myself screaming at the plot to move on, how stupid can 3 brains be, and just asking why hasn't this and that been done! The Chat between characters is bloody awful.
The only house on that road for MILES! not a single cop checks on it really? Everyone knows first kill body dumps are local. This spot has to be local knowledge. This family troubles spawned a kid everyone knows is an odd ball, living in the woods on his own. Local legend has grown with less, than a missing bully.
Glaring holes in the plot, pages of words not need.
A cozy mystery at best.
I bought several of this series over the last year, but have only just got round to reading
this, the first one written. I have read better books in this genre, but also a lot worse!
There was no swearing and no sex, which does make a change.
Annie and Jake are struggling to earn a living from their new detective agency. They are
hired by the mother of missing Jenny, 16. As Jenny had no history of running away, etc. I was surprised
the police were not making more effort to trace her when she had been missing 24 hours.
Also Jake seemed a bit high handed retrieving video footage from a store in a case that they hadn't
then proved was connected to Jenny's disappearance. Their policeman friend, Hank, didn't even
reprove Jake - just asked for the tapes when they had viewed them.
Also, as others have said, I found it totally unbelievable that, however much he might have fancied her,
Hank took a bouquet of flowers to Jenny's widowed mother, especially as the girl was so recently
missing. And why wasn't there a tap on the mother's phone in case the kidnapper called?
As we know who the murderer was from page one, there was no mystery there, so no twists and turns
to this story. Jeremy, the murderer, had a warped sense of right and wrong and considered he was
justified in killing thieves (both small and large crimes). However as Jenny was only a witness to a killing
and no thief, he has a dilemma about what to do with her.
The book was a little naive in my opinion and there was a lot of padding in between any action. However,
I will read the other books and review them sometime, and perhaps the author will develop his style and the
characters will have more depth to them.
So what is this about? Jake and Annie Lincoln. From Richmond Hill, Ontario,Canada. Are married with an eight year old son.
After doing a variety of jobs. They, have decided to work together and start a private detective agency.
Soon, they are hired to find a sixteen year old girl who has gone missing. The client has their recommendation by a friend of the Lincolns in the local police force.
And that sentence shows where it is lacking. Would the police give work to private detectives in such a high profile case?
If you want to give this a try? As things currently stand (Friday 30 June 2017) it is free on Kindle. So from that angle you cannot go wrong.