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Who Murdered Garson Talmadge (A Matt Kile Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Matt was lucky enough to get a pardon due to the unique circumstances of the murder and the support of the one remaining family member that survived the mass slaughter by the man Matt murdered.
His involvement in the investigation of the Talmadge murder has made him a "person of interest" and takes him on a circuitous route that includes the FBI and the Paris police. Never a dull moment. I loved this witty, sexy and sometimes funny route to solving a murder with many possible suspects! A good read for sure.
Strengths of this writing include interesting subject matter, such as a non-traditional family, composed of children saved from death in Iraq, then brought up by a French stepmother. The arms deals were another facet which intrigued me. These subjects could have been played up more. While character Matt Kile was in Paris, I wondered if the name Garson could have been a play on the French word for boy or waiter-garçon-but no such suggestion materialized in the writing. A reader can delight in the romps of Matt Kile with female characters, while appreciating his ability to maintain analytical acuity. The denouement is satisfyingly reserved till nearly the end. As the first in a series, this tale can stand alone. One hopes for even more development of the principal characters as the series progresses.
For those of you who have already read Matt Kyle books, this is the first book in the series. Get to meet Matt as he first steps on the scene, and get to meet some of his quirky friends and associates.
For those of you who have never read a Matt Kyle book, I predict you will like this one, and will come back for another.
As usual, this book is NOT a mindless exercise, one must pay attention and follow the action, which makes these books so engrossing and hard to put down. The humor, which is subtle, keeps the action entertaining and real & one can be drawn into the story. Many threads are tossed out to lead the reader to anticipate the perpetrator, and the twist of the discovered clues and the videos keeps the reader guessing.
Matt Kile — as well as Axil, Clarice, Susan, et al — is a character to be followed, and I will. Would like to have a better visual of him — perhaps in the next one, though? Will I see him, Mr. Bishop?