Black Ice

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 12-18-17

Very Good Book!

Loved it! Very good storyline and well worth listening to. I would recommend this book.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Heather McDade on 06-18-17

Just liked it

I purchased the audio upgrade for this book for about $2. it was a clean murder mystery. held my attention and interest enough but not particularly a favorite.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kimintx on 10-07-16

Can't wait for the next installment!

Frank Harper is a flawed ex-cop with memories he tries to drown in a bottle of bourbon. However, the burgeoning relationship with his estranged daughter, and the joy he finds in getting to know his grandson may save his life. As with his first visit with his daughter in her sleepy little Ohio town, Frank's help is required to solve a mystery which puts his life in danger. This is another edge of your seat thriller with rich, true to life characters that will fill you with anticipation for the next book in the series. Write quickly, Me. Enslen!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Micahsmimi on 08-12-18

Love Frank Harper

As much as I didn’t care for the author interjecting his own feelings about race issues and the almost uneducated black voice he gave Denise and her husband, I love the mysteries of the cases Frank solves.

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5 out of 5 stars
By happyjo on 10-17-17

Loved this mystery

Sooo much action and nice detectives make this macho mystery a treat for it's readers.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Zoie on 05-02-17

Good story by a local author.

Confession: I live about 10 miles from "Coopers Mill". I am familiar with all the streets, towns, landmarks, etc mentioned in the story. This increases my enjoyment. I did like "A Field of Red" a bit more but this was good. A couple nitpicks. A character takes an iPhone from another and sends out texts. These phones are password protected so not plausible. Frank works out each morning so is said to be in good shape. Basically he is an alcoholic and has a poor diet so these things don't jive.

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