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The Dangerous Edge of Things by Tina Whittle
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Feb 20, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery

What a great debut mystery. Some reviews have compared the protagonist to Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum but I think that's doing a disservice to this character and author.

Tai Randolph has moved to Atlanta to take over the gun shop her uncle left her. Tai's plans are sidelined when she discovers the body of a young woman who has been left for dead in her car. The car is in her brother's driveway and Tai begins to investigate because she is worried her brother is somehow involved. Her investigation brings her into contact with the Phoenix company - one that specializes in security and protection services - and mysterious operative Trey Seaver. Trey is a former police officer who suffered a traumatic brain injury. That injury has altered his personality and given him the ability to tell if someone is lying. Sounds hokey but Tai and Trey make a great team and while there are a few rushed plot points, this is an author I'll be putting on the autobuy list.

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