Required Reading

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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Come Monday by Chip Bell

Jake Sullivan is an attorney who appears to revel in hot water.   This is the first of the Jake Sullivan Trilogy.  It is a mystery taking place in Key West, Florida.

Jake has the aspects of many of the often abused, frequently embroiled in difficulty protagonists that star in the hard boiled detective stories.   A down on his luck attorney, he finds his luck worsening when he overhears something he shouldn't have heard.

The rest of the action follows his serendipitous discovery of information fraught with peril.

Bell rings in a new protagonist with lots of plot and action.   The story is more of a novelette than full blown book which, I'm guessing why it is marketed as a self contained trilogy. 

I recommend.  


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