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- Print Length: 266 pages
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- Publication Date: January 30, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078XNWCWC
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #338,616 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Unknown Devil: A C.T. Ferguson Private Investigator Mystery (The C.T. Ferguson Mystery Novels Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This book is well thought out in plot and character development along with realistic dialogues, realistic fight scenes and a smart mouthed character full of himself with plenty of good humor. There is infrequent use of vulgar language considering the criminal elements involved. Not sure if there is a romance growing somewhere in the pages since he is also busy juggling the ladies and his PI work.
Interesting information about the hacking of cellphones and other electronics. There is a bit too much detailing of insignificant information: clothing; cooking; etc., but still a worthy read. 4*
The Reluctant Detective #1 – This is my first read by this author and I like it. This story fits into one of my all-time favorite genres with plenty of humor, action and investigations. The storylines are good and realistic, and I like that the PI is a privileged person instead of a Mickey Spillane stereotype.
C.T. also has an interesting past that plays a large part in this introduction. Add in his parents, his older police Detective cousin and a good supporting cast, which all make it difficult to put the book down. I read it in one sitting and then went on to another book in this series. The pace is steady without any boring bits. This is one of the better edited books I’ve seen from an Indie author. 4*
Already Guilty #4 – I could not put this book down. Well written, fasted paced, and intriguing with great storylines and characters, a real page-turner. Bits reminded me of Lithgow and Denzel’s revenge movie, but the author does well making this his work. There are plenty of good characters, old and new, and the storylines merge well with the story’s plot and the past books. Of course, there is always something or someone to mess up the flow, but that is what makes the series interesting. C.T. is C.T. and you cannot help but respect him and his efforts, and he has a hard row to hoe this time with his special case. I do not know how the previous books flowed since I have only read the first of this series, but I want to read all the books, including anything else this author has written past or future. 5*
Daughters and Sons #5 - I enjoy reading this series. Even though I have not read all of them, I have not missed anything due to the author's talent for storytelling. The past is not thrown at the reader to figure out or reminisce over. C.T. continues to develop as more of his personality appears. He has good supporting characters, which is perfect to go along with the intriguing and interesting storylines. There is enough detail to make the reader a fly on the wall without the Hollywood dramatics or the usual stupidity found in this genre. Realistic with storylines, dialog and actions while immersed with good humor and quite a bit of smart mouth from C.T. 5*
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There are links with the Italian Mafia in this story and matters can get dangerous for both C.T. and Brian. Chris is being used for his ransomware IT skills and signed up with the wrong people.
The case takes a bad turn as Brian, Chris and Anna all disappear and even worse when a body is found and C.T. is held by the police.
Another great story by the author with lots of twists and turns and the usual mix of wisecracks and amusing interactions. Great pace and interesting and realistic action.
I was lucky to receive an ARC copy of this book from the author and I have freely given my own opinion of the book above.
I would recommend this book and the authors other books to anyone. Great investigative stories with up to date cyber warfare problems and a somewhat strange relationship between C.T. and the local police.