mysteries and motorcycles
Monday, January 11, 2010
Author Joyce Scarborough picked up a copy of my
Turn Left at September
and apparently thought enough of it to write this nice review over at Amazon.
If I didn't know better, I'd think the author of this book was a retired homicide detective. Every aspect of the main character and his partner rings true for cops--based on the many crime dramas I've read and watched--and the plot is well thought out and logical, but definitely not predictable. The ending will leave you with your mouth hanging open, but you'll also feel satisfied. The peripheral characters are also well developed and add dimension and flavor to the story. The description is hard-hitting but not gratuitiously graphic.
My only complaint is that I would've liked a bit more romance than the slowly developing attraction between McCoy and his immensely likable lady friend. But I guess there's time for that in the next book, which I'm really looking forward to reading!
Posted by The Unreal McCoy ::
12:43 PM ::
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