Henry Wood is an average detective, at best. His typical cases are boring, predictable, and safe, that is, until his new client walks through his door.
It is Jan 1, 1955 and up until now his world has been one of black and white, right and wrong, but Luna Alexander’s case is going to change all of that and there will forever be shades of grey. Henry will face the mob, question his own understanding of right and wrong, and need to make a decision that goes against everything he holds dear.
A bit of a lone wolf, he finds that sometimes one needs help from their friends. There are clues, like bread crumbs, being left by a mysterious benefactor who seems to have Henry’s best interest at heart, but will Henry put it all together in time?
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First let me say that I thought it was cool that that Brian started out as a blogger and the 2nd chapter of this book was written on his blog first. I am always wondered if a blogger has actually gotten a publishing deal and now I know at least one person is. I could not get into this book. I love mysteries and I usually love books like this but I couldn’t get interested in it. It did have great parts in the book but I wasn’t overly impressed with the book. That being said I would still recommend the book to other people who like mystery books. He has 2 more books and I think I am going to pick them up and read them.
If you have read this book what do you think of it?