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  • Great Addition To An Excellent Series.

    Tom Fowler gives his readers another first class mystery for his PI, CT Ferguson, to unravel. A young woman wants to know if her long-time missing father really is dead. And if he isn’t why has he abandoned his family? CT does whatever he has to to get to the truth. Tom Fowler ramps up the pressure on his PI when CT’s own family are seemingly targeted by an unknown assailant. I’ve loved each of CT Ferguson’s adventures and had, probably unfairly, very high expectations for Don’t Say Her Name. Tom fowler has more than enough talent and skill to meet those expectations and delivers yet another first class novel. As with all the previous books in this series we get doses of action, mystery, clever insight and the occasional skirting of the edges of the law by our favourite Private Investigator. This story pushes the tension a little further though when those nearest CT are also targeted. I loved this book and hope Tom Fowler gives us many more tales in this excellent series.

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  • Favorite Series!!

    This is another great story by my favorite author. Reading about CT, Gloria, CT‘s parents, and all the other wonderful characters is such a thrill for me. if you enjoy mystery, suspense, and plenty of laughs you will love this series. I received a complimentary copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Best Book Ever

    One of Tom Fowler best books ever. Super fast page turner, with lots of action. It was hard to put down . Can't help but love the characters and hate the ones that want to do harm.

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  • Don't Say Her Name

    I had a hard time putting it down! And stayed up way too late in order to finish. In addition to the title story, a couple ongoing story arcs for the protagonist are wrapped up, but you don't need to have read the previous books to understand what's happening.

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  • It's about time C.T.

    I don't know what took so long but at least he got it right in the end. I love the characters in this series. While both sides come from money C.T. & Gloria aren't pretentious in the least, in my honest opinion. Both now have jobs they love, even if they are self-employed. They show their skill sets aren't in the useless category, even though many would think they're not actually skills. While looking into a 12 year old missing persons case referred to him by his parents' foundation (so Mommy & Daddy are footing the bill) C.T. & his new protégé, T.J., & his forever hungry friend, Joey, get down to work searching for the needle in the proverbial haystack. It also means a trip to Las Vegas to try and resolve this 12 year old mystery. All of this is going on while it seems that someone is either trying to kill everyone C.T. holds dear or they're just trying to exact revenge for a perceived wrong. When C.T. discovers that a murderer he helped put away for life has somehow managed to manipulate the system and is now free as a bird after only serving 4 years of his life sentence. I also was happy to see the mingling of both series when John Tyler becomes involved in the case of who's going after C.T.'s family and friends. Tyler is referred to him by Rollins, since Rollins himself isn't available on short notice this time. No spoilers here, you'll have to read it yourself to discover what happens in both situations.

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