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Loyalty (Fina Ludlow, #1)
Mar 20, 2014
Loyalty is a debut novel that introduces Fina Ludlow, a Boston PI--who flunked out of law school--and is from a family of high octane attorneys that focus on profits, not right or wrong. Early on we meet Fina and her family--some pleasant, but most irritating louts. Chaos reigns when Fina's sister-in-law is missing and Fina is asked to find her. The best parts of the book are when Fina is chasing clues to find her sister-in-law and not interacting with her family. The novel is an entertaining page-turner, but it is one of those novels best read and skimmed in parts as the plot is a bit thin. In particular the family dynamics are irritating to the point of nausea and Fina is a shallow character. Still, I enjoyed the book enough to think that the author's next novel will bring a new and more mature and focused Fina.
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March 17, 2014 – Finished Reading
March 20, 2014 – Shelved