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BOOK TWO of THREE

Many often think that they know the character as well as motives behind Brooklyn's own 23rd precinct. Well, the fact of the matter is that they don't as detectives find that scratching your head are the keys to figuring out exactly where it could have all went wrong. Moreover, this just so happens to be the dilemma of Parkside avenue's finest as they now f
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Paperback, 1st, 176 pages
Published July 21st 2015 by Flowered Concrete (first published March 14th 2015)
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Lindsey Lynn (thepagemistress)
2.5/5 Stars


Summary:
This book follows members of the BKPD as they are assigned cases by the chief in order to prove themselves. There are some really interesting thriller elements to it.

Dislikes:
As I was reading the book, even when hearing people of authority talk, it felt juvenile to me. I just felt like all the characters personalities were trying just a bit too hard.

Likes:
I really enjoyed the episodic features of this book that takes us into different characters but ultimately tying the story
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Eunice Moral
Feb 29, 2016 rated it liked it
The publisher contacted me asking if I could review their new book on crime/detective fiction in exchange for an honest review. I ultimately agreed for multitudes of reason, one being I am huge fan of crime/detective TV series like Criminals Minds, Scandal or CSI. Those kind of stuff always amaze me. So it is a no brainer to read something like it. Second reason was I wanted to widen my reading experience and be as diverse as possible. This is actually my first read under this genre and I enjoye ...more
Jessthebookslover
May 31, 2016 rated it liked it
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Kevin 11 - "frankly Twisted": The Lost Files.

This is an easy and fast read about some (fictional) crimes happened in Brooklyn handled by the BKPD. What I like about this book was the setting in the first place, but Deborah Lane was simply the best. A strong, stubborn and really clever woman cop, even if we read little about her, I loved her character, because I can see myself in her.
The book is divided into 7 episodes and the thin
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Claudia Vogt
Jul 24, 2015 rated it really liked it
“Frankly Twisted”: The Lost Files by Kevin 11 is the second book in a trilogy that follows the 23rd precinct of the Brooklyn Police Department. Although this book is the second in the series it is a prequel to the events of the first which actually made it a great starting point for a new comer like me.

The story follows the men and women whose job it is to fight crime in New York City. However, all is not as it seems in the 23rd precinct and the reason as to why cases keep stalling and going col
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Jackie Rogers
Aug 20, 2015 rated it it was ok
Dont really know what to say about this book. Is a parody on police, Is very twisted in relationships and events Has murder and corruption. Did get thru it and liked it somewhat. Characters are good and bad to the extreme. Would say its a mans book.
On Lilaina
Oct 09, 2017 rated it liked it
Frankly Twisted: The Lost Files is a quasi-cop mystery centred around a precinct in Brooklynn and a few officers of note from there. It is not the first in the series but Eleven gives you a decent background of the characters involved so that you aren’t too lost. Two major criminal cases are ongoing in the precinct, and little do most of the characters know that they are related, through one of the main characters named Frank (the title of the series is aptly named). Frank is an officer who has ...more
Elin
(I got this book for free in exchange of an honest review.)
In Frankly Twisted we get to follow a group of detectives working at the police department in Brooklyn. It's written in several perspectives as the detectives recount old memories and events. The book is quite short albeit very fast-paced. The characters were pretty plain and twodimensional and I never got any feeling of what kind of person they really was. Lane was by far the most interesting character and I would've loved to see more f
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Lynxie
DNF at 9%.

The writing has a lot of easily fixed typos and grammatical errors. An overuse of adverbs and juvenile dialogue and narration left me feeling like I was reading a primary school assignment, not a novel/novella.

As I was given the second book in the series, I can't even comment on characters, as a number of them were introduced in a way that assumes the reader has prior knowledge of them.

One thing I noticed:

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Amira
Dec 21, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I received this book in a goodreads giveaway.
It is simply amazing! The language is easily accessible and events unfold so smoothly. Thank you Kevin for giving me the opportunity to enjoy such a good-read!
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Kevin Eleven, whose real name is Kevin Anglade, was raised in the Queens borough section of New York City to Haitian immigrant parents. He published his debut novel Tales of the 23RD PRECINCT through his independent publishing company, Flowered Concrete, in January of 2013. In spring 2014, he graduated from Brooklyn College with a BA in English while concentrating in literature. Locally, he has be ...more

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