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Pocket-47 by Jude Hardin
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Feb 16, 11

Read from February 07 to 16, 2011

Jude Hardin introduces us to Nicholas Colt, who reminded me of Jim Rockford from the Rockford Files. Colt is a private investigator living in a trailer, spending his free time fishing, minding his own business, but that’s where the comparison ends. There’s no Angel, no Beth, no Rocky and the story doesn’t take place in California.

Pocket 47 is a first person story, with Nicholas Colt, a PI who takes on a case in Florida to find a missing person. His investigation takes him into a private compound, living with a cult, playing in their band as he tries to find the missing girl. During the journey he battles his own, past personal demons as well as the real ones in the present and discovers they may somehow be linked together.

Jude Hardin, has a great “voice” and tells a story that is a pleasure to read. He offers great description, characters and circumstances that will keep you reading. I recommend you pick up his debut novel, Pocket 47, and look for his other future works as well.

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