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If you like a good mystery with plenty of plot changes and believable suprises, you owe it to yourself to read this one.
I think this is a fantastic first effort snd I look forward to future offerings from Mr. Jastrzebski.
Thanks Mike for a great read.
Hard to believe this is a first novel and I hope there are many more. Hope to see Jim's story continue. And Jim and Mary? More,please, more!
When you wake up with a pounding hangover, because your boss and owner of the paper you work for is banging on your door, you know it is going to be a bad day.
Very descriptive of living as a binge, blacking out drunk, who is living a life of quiet desperation. Now his sister has been brutally murdered and some Cop wants to hang it on him. Can he stay sober enough to solve the murder of his sister and those of the witnesses that follow or will his demons overcome him and ruin what is left of his life. Sober or the Chair? What a choice.
Didn't care for the ending. Too abrupt. Almost seems like an editor saying, "That's enough for now, save it for the sequel. Lots of loose ends "flapping in the breeze."
Yes, that's a pun, and not a particularly good one.
Oh and the storm and the killer don't appear until way late.
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Good book and interesting body of work.
I would recommend it to others.