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    First Rate Police Crime Drama

    Not only a fine crime police drama, The 11.05 Murders, The Inspector Sheehan Mysteries Volume 2's full of suspense, mystery, and thrills; the reader finds an action packed story with strong characters. Filled with in-depth plotting along with twists and turns, nonstop intrigue and suspense rule the day in this book.Laying the ground work for this multifaceted story, O'Hare begins with the rape in Queens, twelve years earlier; then fast forwards to present day. O'Hare's development of his characters were full-bodied and realistic. With a believable premise, realistic police procedures, and gripping tension, this book's a must read for anyone who loves a solid well-written police drama. Also, O'Hare's villains will make the hair on your arms stand up! The pacing was in-line with the story-line and transition from scene to scene smooth. O'Hare included twists and turns around each corner.O'Hare created a smart, strong, independent character in Denise. O'Hare also included a little romance for all the romantics in the audience. With a cast of strong, smart secondary characters, O'Hare shows the police as normal people with realistic attitudes, faults and failures. A strong superior in Sheehan, intelligent fellow officers along with the normal lay-abouts, and old school officers, O'Hare shows a slice of a police unit in action. He also shows the inequity of police work, advancement and promotions, and general attitudes when dealing with female officer versus male; as well as the stigma associated with an officer who rats out another regardless of their guilt.In concluding my review of The 11.05 Murders, The Inspector Sheehan Mysteries Volume 2, I found a solid story-line and well-developed characters. Spreading hints throughout the story, O'Hare does not reveal the what, why, or who until just the right moments. With many suspects and motives, the reader's kept on the edge of their seat. Additionally, even though I found a few minor editing errors, I felt I must give this book 5 well-deserved stars. I would not hesitate to buy The 11.05 Murders, The Inspector Sheehan Mysteries Volume 2, for myself or a friend. I highly recommend this book and series. Due to subject and violence, this novel is suitable for young adults and adults. Although part of series, this novel is a standalone. Additionally, I received this book from the onlinebookclub and chose to voluntarily review the book with an honest police crime novel review.

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