- File Size: 327 KB
- Print Length: 88 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (March 15, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 15, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01D281REE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,148 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Sydney Rye: Walk Softly, Danger (Kindle Worlds Novella) (A Reed Ferguson and Sydney Rye Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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There is no on screen violence or language in this novella. And Renee Pawlish delivers her usual well written story. But I don't usually read stories about these types of crimes or vigilante methods of avenging them for a reason. If it hadn't been written by Renee Pawlish, I probably wouldn't have picked it up. But if you aren't the cozy wuss I am, you'll have no trouble appreciating Ms Pawlish's fine work.
Reed soon discovers the identity of the woman with the huge dog as they form an uneasy alliance searching for a human trafficking ring. Sydney Rye, and her dog Blue, have their own way of dealing with criminals under the name of Joyful Justice, a vigilante group that seems to have a lot of money and people pursuing justice when legal means seem unobtainable.
This is a much darker story than the usual Reed Ferguson series. But Reed is able to help find justice in his way while working with Sydney Rye who seeks justice in a way that he is unwilling to pursue. Since it is a novella there isn't time for much more than the briefest introduction of a few regular characters. However it is strongly written showing Reed's determination to maintain his strength of character and belief in law and order maintaining the lifestyle free from crimes against society that we cherish as Americans. Renee Pawlish has shown how her characters have strong, believable personalities that can hold their own in the harsher world of vigilante justice.
One thing I'd suggest for readability is to reformat the book. For the most part everything is left justified. You won't find the first sentence of each paragraph indented. The dialogue is also left justified and not indented. This makes the book harder to read because it seems like one big paragraph.
The action is thoughtfully planned and keeps you interested. The introduction of the Sydney Rye character was a great way to introduce a new character that will be a crossover to a new Sydney Rye series. Renee has many of her same characters in this story, as a reader I felt like were part of the family. Great Read!