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The Harried Husband (A Nick Williams Mystery) (Volume 22) Paperback – June 1, 2018
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There are a lot of fun plot threads in this particular outing, and, without spoiling any, Marnie finally gets some face time with Nick, Gustav and Ferdinand are more seamlessly integrated into the main plot, and several storylines from past episodes are resolved. The ‘50s are over and, as Roger teaches the boys, tea will be spilled in the ‘60s.
The mystery is less emphasized in this book. Quickly, Nick and the boys realize that the client requesting them to follow his swipe is a setup. N&C go to Arizona to get out of the line of fire until Sam can get the details. When they return, the setup is revealed and it was a close call to get away from the snare. Solving the minor mystery dominoes into larger and positive life changes.
Gustav and Ferdinand never disappoint. Beto is back. Jeffrey Klein has finally reappeared and there's a tease for what's to come. Finally, Rosalind Russell passes through town, still struggling with Nick's sexuality.
This episode is more steamy than previous books as Nick and Carter have some questions to answer about themselves.
A good plot twist here as per usual.