The Quarter Boys
Publish date: December 21st 2009
Publisher: Booksurge Publishing
Pages no: 260
Edition language: English
Series: Michel Doucette & Sassy Jones Mystery (#1)
It's the typical okay read : nothing to rile you up, but nothing to gush about either. The story is appealing : New Orleans, a serial killer, a detective with a sassy partner, a burgeoning romance that opens possibilities.... But an uninspired writing, a lot of telling and no showing, no tension.....
This book had lots of things I don't usually like: a lot of plot, a murder mystery, and a romance that was totally secondary to the story line.But it kept my attention all of the way through and I really enjoyed it. The fact that the next books seems to be a new mystery and not really about the re...
I got hooked by this book since the incipit: Father Kenneth Brennan lay face down on the bed of his hotel room. He was naked, his wrists and ankles bound to the scarred wooden posts of the bed. Now this is a vacation, he thought. “How does that feel, baby?” a soft voice purred near his right ear. “T...