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First Case - prequel novella
The St. Paul Conspiracy
Fans of mysteries, thrillers, and suspense will enjoy these fast-moving stories of murder, greed, and treason, the cast of colorful characters, and their setting in and around historic St. Paul, Minnesota.
First Case: Murder Alley: novella
In an emotionally charged investigation full of unexpected twists and turns, Mac McRyan will need to follow a convoluted trail of evidence, secrets, and hidden agendas to help solve a murder mystery that is his First Case.
The St. Paul Conspiracy
A complex murder investigation with repercussions far beyond an ordinary serial killer case - national and political security concerns lie at the root of this tangled, fast-paced, gritty crime novel. The Merit Award winner for Commercial Fiction for the Midwest Independent Publishers (MIPA) Book Awards and a Minnesota Book Awards nominee.
Two girls gone... A complicated, brazen daytime kidnapping is just the beginning in a case of betrayal and revenge that will ultimately strike at the soul of the St. Paul Police Department. From the searing streets of St. Paul to the murky waters of the St. Croix River, Deadly Stillwater is a book you won't be able to pause until its last gripping minute. Midwest Book Awards winner - Genre Fiction for the Midwest Independent Publishers (MIPA) Book Awards.
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By Lia on 09-04-17
3.5 stars OK Series
Mostly enjoyable mystery series. All three, including the novella prequel, have well developed plots, interesting characters, and satisfying conclusions. Mac MacRyan is a smart, young detective that uses his mind more than his braun to solve mysteries. The interplay among him and the three detectives on his team is light yet serious when necessary. The stories have the required supportive boss with the supportive political hierarchy above him. The plots are involved but not so complex as to confuse the reader.
I'm going for the next in the series.
The issue I found distracting was the great deal of descriptive explanation or background interspersed by often repetitive narrative.It made me feel that the story was being told to me rather than the characters playing their part of the story.
Johnny Peppers was very good with the delivery of the story
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