Wednesday, November 18, 2015

review: the sundown speech by loren d. estleman

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Amos Walker has a new case—this one involves the disappearance of a scam artist. When Amos finds a body in the home of the man who stole his clients’ money, the cops immediately suspect the clients; Amos, however, isn’t so sure. The quirky Amos (he refuses own a cell phone) continues to investigate and discovers a few twists that lead not only to the real murderer, but to a much bigger threat. The Sundown Speech starts slowly, but builds to an exciting finish that positions Amos as a hero.
Review copy provided by the publisher, Forge.

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