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Oakland Police Detective Michael Taylor is faced with another gruesome case: a dead man with no eyes and lips sewn shut.

After catching a grisly Bay Area serial killer, Michael is hit on all sides by change. He starts his investigation with a rookie detective for a partner, his love life is in turmoil, and the pressure at the PD is mounting as the newly minted partners rece
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Heather Martin
Mar 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Rating: 5 stars!

The second book, Stitches, has Michael getting hit on all sides. He’s single and what seemed like a good relationship in book one, didn’t turn out to be. Michael prefers to work alone but he gets a partner in this book and is having to adapt. They’re given another case, even more mysterious than the first book, but just when Michael is seeing a string to pull he’s ordered to work another case. Every step Michael takes forward, he gets pushed back and is drawing a lot of unwanted
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When a victim of gruesome torture turns up in Oakland, CA, Detective Michael Taylor is put on the case to figure out who the dead man is and what happened to him. Why was he dumped in public? Why were his lips stitched shut? What secrets does he hold?

This is book two in Tiffany Lewis’ Michael Taylor series, but you certainly don’t need to read book one in order to understand Stitches. Lewis does a great job setting the scene and introducing Michael and the rest of the Oakland cops and cast for t
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Tiffany has been writing since her adolescence and was honored to have work published for the first time in 2011. Since then her work has been featured in many books and online publications. From fiction to non-fiction, murder to relationships, Tiffany’s range as a writer is expansive. Crazy about killing, Tiffany’s favorite genre to write is Crime Fiction.

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