The Last Execution
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press; Crimson Rose
Pages no: 394
Special Agent J.T. Noble and Detective Leigh McBride are great characters with a lot of emotional baggage. J.T has issues with abandonment and alcoholism, and he’s convinced that the disease is hereditary and refuses to ever marry and start a family. If there are three things J.T. can’t stand, they ...
This book was fantastic! It's been a while since I read a book where one of the antagonists is also sympathetic. Very, very interesting as I found myself almost rooting for that individual. There were a variety of characters, but I never felt lost, and they definitely added to the story. I liked how...