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  • Fabulous Debut Book

    The Reflecting Pool is one of the best debut thrillers I’ve ever read, and I’ve read a lot of them. Eskin is a master craftsman weaving his characters through different story lines to the point you feel you need a spreadsheet to keep them all straight. That’s the kind of novel I love to read, and The Reflecting Pool does not disappoint. Marko Zorn rivals Harry Bosch in his ability to get past the rules, and rivals Amos Decker in his determination to get justice. Marko knows how to walk a fine line between legal and not-so-legal and still get the job done. This is the first of the Marko Zorn series and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for him next. I read this book in two evenings (well into the night) and had I not gone to sleep in the middle of a paragraph on night one, I just may well have finished it in one sitting. This is a worthy read for anyone who likes thriller suspense with cops and bad guys.

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  • Good Series Start

    Marko Zorn, a Washington, D.C. homicide detective with expensive tastes in art, classic cars, and women, must take on extra work--not always strictly legal, often unorthodox and usually dangerous--to supplement his income--work which requires his special combination of skill and steel nerves. When Zorn encounters the body of a Secret Service agent--a supposed drowning victim--it leads him to a domestic terrorist group with tentacles into the White House--a White House that does not want this death investigated. This was a very good book and hopefully the start of a new series. There is nothing wrong with a cynical, wry, sarcastic Washington DC Detective butting heads with the powers that be and the myriad of Alphabet Agencies to solve crimes. There is a lot going on here and Otho Eskin does a great job in tying things together and keeping the story rolling along. There are a lot of different characters and all are interesting. If there is another in this series, I’ll definitely be reading it.

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