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  • Leader of the Pack

    A great mystery with a special twist forthe finish. Well done.

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    Lots of twists and turns and all the suspence I need to keep me reading..... Long after I should be sound asleep.

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  • Really twisty!

    organized-crime, international-crime-and-mystery, murder, murder-investigation, law-enforcement, lawyers, family-dynamics, fast-pace, feds, firearms, friendship, situational-humor, snark-fest, verbal-humor, dogs, computer-nerd Another intriguing story with a fairly high body count and some help from the Feds. Andy Carpenter is a wisemouthed lawyer who can afford to take semi retirement by only representing innocent clients while supporting an animal shelter. Add in that his wife is no longer law enforcement but works as his private investigator and more and you have the baseline for these convoluted mysteries. There are many other people who help Andy find out what the truth really is and make it courtroom admissible. This is another one that is kind of scary in the *it is uncomfortably possible* sense. No spoilers, and the snarkfest keeps it from being too realistic. Lots of twists and turns in the plot and the characters certainly are, but there's no need for spoilers or an attempt at a summary. I found it to be a real brain grabber and it is one in a series of interesting and well written mysteries. At no time does the reader feel lost or as if missing background info. Grover Gardner narrates this complicated snarkfest very well!

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