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Deadeye by Stewart Giles
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Detective Jason Smith is not a huge team player ... he's a great cop and he clears all his cases. But he is uncontrollable at times and has anger issues. He has his own way of doing things .. with or without his supervisor's permission.

Jason is perplexed when a man is shot and killed in a park in broad daylight. So why are there no witnesses? And then another body shows up ...also killed with a gun ... and no witnesses.

It doesn't stop there. More bodies are found .... all shot and killed with one bullet. What connects all these victims?

While dealing with trying to catch a serial killer, he's also dealing with a new supervisor .. the nephew of the Chief. He is fighting to get his wife and daughter back after a bad decision on his part. And now he's suffering from debilitating migraines.

This is another well written addition to a terrific series. Although this is the 12th book, it is easily read as a stand alone. However, I recommend starting at the very beginning. Smith and his team are great characters and I've enjoyed seeing how they grow into their roles. I like the mix of his personal life with his professional side. The plot is well crafted and the ending is unpredictable.

Many thanks to the author / Books n All Book Promotions for the digital copy of this crime fiction. Read and reviewed voluntarily, opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.
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Reading Progress

February 27, 2020 – Started Reading
February 28, 2020 – Finished Reading
February 29, 2020 – Shelved
February 29, 2020 – Shelved as: read-in-2020

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Matt Wonderful review, Linda.


Linda Strong Matt wrote: "Wonderful review, Linda."

Thank you!


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