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T. E. Woods did it again! I must say that I was doubtful it could be done again. Lydia s a fixer is a riveting character. But we know from book one we know she used her get out of jail free card and her and Mort have a special relationship.
So were we going to get a book in which we do not get to experience the justified killing of the fixer. Yes, I am a fan of the killing she did to correct a faulty justice system.
Woods gave us 2 exciting protagonists Lydia and Mort. In this book, Mort’s new case is the main mystery of the book. Mort and his entourage are interesting enough that keeps you interesting. The only ones that I missed are his granddaughters.
Mort is again investigating another female serial murder, and copycat murder. Lydia befriends a motherless child whose father is willing to sell the little girl for child porn and finally into sexual slavery. This is a case that is written for the Fixer.
Does the Fixer, fix this in her usual manner and risk her freedom and her relationship with Mort? If you are familiar with mysteries, you know there be a place where our protagonists’ stories overlap. A few of the reviewers are not as pleased with this story. Do not let that stop you from reading this.
The suspenseful manner in, which the author can keep the fixer qualities in the book with Lydia’s (the Fixer) story being secondary is a quality of a great story teller.
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This is another really good book, the 2nd in the justice series.
This one revolves around the Fixer's relationship with a motherless child whose father is willing to sell the little girl for child porn and finally into sexual slavery.
The other story is about a Detective Mort Grant and his investigation into a serial killer- Trixie , who is killing her customers. Then there is the owner of a basketball team who is murdered and the killer tries to make it look like Trixie had done it. Meanwhile Trixie escapes and Mort finds himself duct taped to a kitchen chair. Oh well, guess you have to get the book if you want to find out how they all end!
Again, narration needs to be listened to at a higher speed.
This book is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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