Monday, May 27, 2013

Set in Seattle

Danny Logan is a war hero and a trained Private Investigator. He has a team of very competent employees and one day finds himself investigating the disappearance of a very famous business woman who was a childhood sweetheart. As the plot thickens, Danny realises that he never got over Gina and the hunt becomes personal.
The story takes place in Seattle and Port Townsend and revolves around investigative techniques, some interesting and seedy characters, involvement of Gina's family, and eventually the death of Gina in a drug bust gone bad. But that is not the end of the story. There are twists and turns, and a surprise ending.
The book is reasonably well written and holds the reader's attention, although moving a bit slow in some regards. There are a series of Danny Logan mysteries and perhaps character development is ongoing, but I would have liked to see more interaction with some of the secondary characters.
I now go to Kindle books to look for a new download and will be conflicted as to whether I will take more of Grayson's novels or leave them be.
This one gets a 3 1/2 star rating from me.

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