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My cheif criticism of the book, is that it has too many subplots. and back-story fllashback sections. We spend too much time dithering around in the brotherly dynamics between Davison, and Hensley. Story would be stonger with less of that. Then the subplot around Davison being set up for a fall by a guy -drug runner type, he bought a plane from. Come on!!! As if that could ever happen. Again, this really added nothing to the main plot.
A clever twist at the end pulls this one up from a three and gets it a four. Not gonna give it away but you never see it coming.
Bottom-line, very readable and well written story- save for what i mention above. IT will entertain you and i wouldnt mind seeing more of the Davison character.
I found the characters real. I found Dave singularly focused, not sharing things with those around him sometimes to his own detriment. Hensley, Dave's brother, a carefree wanderer who I found tedious at times but in the end comes through for Dave in the end. Masie is the nurse that was there when Dave's uncle, Rex Stone, died in Cancun. She is a bit naive and Dave's main suspect for Rex's murderer.
Endless Vacation is well written.....As the story goes on more layers of subterfuge are added making it more and more interesting.
For anyone who loves mysteries I would recommend Endless Vacation. I am definitely going to check out more by Brad Whittington.
This book was provided to me free for review purposes.
Retiring Secret Service agent Dave Fletcher and his estranged brother Hensley spar from Austin to Cancun as they try to solve the mystery around their wealthy uncle's sudden demise. The mysterious Masie becomes linked to the mystery, and more, thanks to some inexplicable steps their uncle took just before his death.
This is the best kind of mystery for my taste. It's a pleasant read, whisking the reader to realistic and interesting locales. It keeps things interesting with some changes in time and insight into multiple well-drawn characters. It doesn't hide critical information from the reader - you can get a sense of the solution before the end, though it's certainly not given away - but it produces a logical and rewarding conclusion whether you've guessed the mystery's resolution or not.
Dave and his brother have some issues that go back to Dave's childhood, when his older brother left home and never returned. Their parents are dead, and besides each other, all they have is Uncle Rex. When Uncle Rex appears to have been murdered, and an hour before his death changed his will leaving everything to a stranger the uproar begins. There are a lot of twists and turns, and just when you think the good guys have it in the bag, WHAM, here it goes again.
I am going to go back and finish the Fred series, but it is going to seem pretty dull after this book.