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Loyalty by Ingrid Thoft
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Fina Ludlow, a law school dropout, works as a private investigator for her high-powered family of Boston lawyers. When her sister-in-law, Melanie, disappears, Fina unexpectedly finds herself forced to choose between family loyalty and the truth.

With strong characterizations, a family that gives new meaning to dysfunctional, and a tough, take-no-prisoners woman investigator, there is much to appreciate in this first book in a new series. The only detractor in this intriguing narrative is Fina’s overuse of offensive coarse language . . . using foul language does not make her strong, cool, or tough and many readers may find themselves annoyed by the continual barrage of expletives.

As the plot takes several unforeseen turns, readers will find themselves pulled into the mystery. Unexpected twists and reveals will keep the pages turning.

Recommended.
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August 6, 2018 – Shelved
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