Cinderella (Matthew Hope #6)
Private detective Otto Samalson sees the tail—a black Toronado he can’t shake. One dark window rolls down, exposing the barrel of a gun, and the detective is dead.
Otto had already known his days were numbered and said as much to his friend, attorney Matthew Hope. Having hired Otto to watch a cheating husband for a client, Matthew is now left with only Otto’s tape recorder,...more
During the reading of this book, I've been occupied with other personal matters therefore don't feel like I devoted my entire attention to the book.
It was good as usual but my mind kept wandering and that certainly wasn't the book's fault.
For the sake of fairness then, I'm giving the book four stars when in my foggy mind it's a three. Benefit of the doubt, you know.
Not sure if it all wrapped up...all the loose ends that is, however that ...more
I found the chronology of events rather confusing. Even after re-reading several pages, I could never figure out a certain sequence of events but I didn't really care in the long run. The ending was rather weak, but again, this isn't Sherlock Holmes.
He also used the pen names John Abbott, Curt Cannon, Hunt Collins, Ezra Hannon, Dean Hu ...more