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Time and Tide is Book 7 in the DC Smith series. Like the prior 6 novels in the series it earns 5 stars. DC Smith is a police detective with 30 years experience who got tired of being in management as Detective Inspector and asked to be demoted to Detective Sargent in order to work cases. Those who report to him love working for him, but he is nothing but trouble for most of those in management who consider his high rate of solving cases to be luck rather than skill. Also, he tends to disobey direct orders and generally shows a lack of respect for authority. But he solves 100% of his cases. At the beginning of this book he finally takes retirement (2 years late) giving 3 months notice. Will this be the final novel in the series?
Gildart Jackson's outstanding narration of this series deserves special recognition. His voice and pace are pitch perfect.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
If you have not yet been introduced to Sargent DC Smith before now, you are in for a treat. Once again Peter Grangier unfolds a mystery that proceeds at a pace to keep the reader/listener involved and on the edge of your seat, eager to know what comes next.
Mr. Grainger does all of this without wallowing in ugly scenes and profanity. He is a master of his craft and I am anxiously awaiting the next installment.
Although “Time And Tide” stands on it’s own as a great read, the experience is enhanced by having read the previous books in this series. All of the Sargent DC Smith’s build from the place where the previous book ended.
The reader’s performance is absolutely perfect for this series.
I highly recommend this book!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Hope this isn’t the last one in this series as I enjoyed this book very much. From book one you get inside the characters and feel you know them but ,you never do ,so keep reading.
as always I really enjoyed reading about the exploits of DC Smith and the intricacies that go on inside of his head
I found the whole series a fantastic read and as always ain't very believable set of characters within each story
I hope this is not the end as DC has too much to offer