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Sacred by Dennis Lehane
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Dec 19, 2011

it was amazing
Read in December, 2011

This is my favorite Kenzie/Genarro story for Patrick Kenzie's romanticist narrative and Angie's ballsy tenacity. The duo are forced into a job for Trevor Stone, a powerful evil billionaire who wants them to find his missing daughter. The supposed shared grief that Angela sees in the dying Trevor convinces them to take the job. Nothing is what it seems in every aspect of the novel except the sacred bond between the two detectives.
I thoroughly enjoyed this well-crafted thriller, the crisp dialog, the precise detail, and of course the protagonists who find what matters in stark contrast to the false promises and appearances of the powerful and corrupted.

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