- File Size: 4500 KB
- Print Length: 219 pages
- Publisher: Great Leap (November 7, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 7, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N3L4SY7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,319 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Luck and Judgment: Luck and Judgment Private Investigator Crime Thriller Series Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The author can spin a yarn - but because the reason for it all happening was so inconsequential it negated the reader taking it seriously.
Don't bother reading the 'Epilogue' - the story DOES wrap-up, but this is just yet another teaser to encourage the reader to track down the next book!
Perhaps if the writing had of been more professional it might have carried the book. The author wrote from multiple POVs which is difficult for even the most skilled writers. Unfortunately, it was poorly undertaken. We not only got the thoughts of the main character but the bit players as well. Much of the text was redundant and was desperately in need of a thorough edit.
Some of the more pronounced errors were:
"Greer was no more than past client."
"A pretty local girl been killed liked that on a night out." There is a "had" missing and 'like that' is redundant.
"Yes. He was." He's still alive so should be "He is."
"But I can't really remember her name." The "really'" adds nothing.
"Dan looked at her over his Kronenbourg which was mostly full." He drank one-third with his first sip, so it wasn't mostly full.
"who lied to a court of law." "Of law" is redundant.
"few cops he could actually trust. "Actually" is redundant.
"but what she'dgot was a lockdown."
"Doolan was already falling to the floor." He was on the road or sidewalk. There was no floor?
"Each on of them was tight (sic) packed with terrace houses."
"She printed the email and sent herself a copy." She's trying not to leave any trace that she's been there and she sends herself an email. Spare me!
"But in the darkness of the road between Rendon and Southend revealed nothing stalking them." Nothing stalking them??
"There were a couple of Beamers ......." Should be Beemers.
"The way you did break Earnest.".........Who speaks that way? Should be "The way you broke Earnest."
"As he walked towards her, his fell away from hers." Who knows what this means?
"Finally, the girl would safe.".....There's a missing "be."
"Eva believed she had the physical beating of him." No idea what this means?
The story had its plusses but the writing was sadly lacking, and there was nothing to indicate that the manuscript had been edited and proofread. On the contrary there was plenty of errors evidencing that it hadn't.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I recommend to all that like mysteries.
Looking forward to reading the next book of this series.
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