Friday, June 27, 2014
A TASTE OF OLD REVENGE - A REVIEW
When you have the owner of an auto restoration garage with a bullet in the back of his head, an unidentified nude dead man in an empty lot, and a convenience store robbery with a dead clerk, who do you call? Turner Hahn and Frank Morales, of course; two homicide detectives from the South Side Precinct.
Turner and Frank are long-time partners, as well as close personal friends. They are that rare kind of team, each of them possessing dogged determination to solve their assigned cases, yet each without the destructive ego factor that would fragment and undermine their investigations. They think as one and they function as one, and with their latest, they will need to draw heavily on their collective strength, instincts and experience.
During their investigations, doors long closed will be opened and secrets revealed, including some from their personal lives. Victims' painful memories will touch their lives, and they will discover yet again that evil wears many faces.
Join Turner and Frank on this 24/7 ride-along, but keep your eyes open and make sure you stay sharp. These two never hitch a ride on the safe train. They go wherever a case leads them, and dark and dangerous surprises await them with their latest. Will they be able to untangle the web of lies and deceit that waits for them at the end of the line, or will they become victims themselves as conspiring and powerful forces converge?
B. R. Stateham takes you inside the mind of both cop and killer, and doesn't set you free until you've had the grand tour of both. Don't start this one until your calendar's free because you can't put this one down until it's done. You can get your copy here.