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The Ephemeral File by Henry Hoffman
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really liked it

Private investigator Adam Fraley takes on a seemingly sentimental case only to dig up decades-old strife from the client's teen years. Meanwhile, Fraley's own teenager is facing her own struggles; and his love life is approaching a point of decision.

I really enjoyed this Fraley mystery. The plot refused to follow the standard mystery timeline, which kept it fresh and kept me on my toes. I was also drawn into the personal relationships, despite jumping into the series without reading the first novels. Despite mysteries not being my primary genre, this was a good read and has sparked my interest in the rest of the series.

Transparency Note: I was given the book by the author, who is an acquaintance, in exchange for some post-publication feedback. This review was not requested in return, but offered freely.

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Reading Progress

July 21, 2018 – Started Reading
July 21, 2018 – Shelved
July 24, 2018 – Finished Reading

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