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A man who can't remember. Another who refuses to forget. Somewhere in the middle lies the truth. It’s five years since his wife disappeared, but wise-cracking, street-smart private-eye Evan Buckley is still reeling. Tormented by demons and consumed by his unrelenting quest for the truth, he loses himself in other people's problems. When college buddy Jesse Springer shows u A man who can't remember. Another who refuses to forget. Somewhere in the middle lies the truth. It’s five years since his wife disappeared, but wise-cracking, street-smart private-eye Evan Buckley is still reeling. Tormented by demons and consumed by his unrelenting quest for the truth, he loses himself in other people's problems. When college buddy Jesse Springer shows up with a wad of explicit photographs that arrived in the mail, Evan is roped into the most bizarre case of blackmail he’s ever encountered—because Jesse swears blind he can’t remember a thing. But can Evan believe him? And if things weren't bad enough, a psychopathic killer from the past embarks on a crusade of psychological revenge and twisted mind games that threaten to plunge Evan back into his darkest days. Adrift in a sea of betrayal and lies as the body count climbs, Evan is forced to choose between his gut instinct and the blatant evidence—and the only thing he knows for sure is the wrong choice will be punished with death.


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A man who can't remember. Another who refuses to forget. Somewhere in the middle lies the truth. It’s five years since his wife disappeared, but wise-cracking, street-smart private-eye Evan Buckley is still reeling. Tormented by demons and consumed by his unrelenting quest for the truth, he loses himself in other people's problems. When college buddy Jesse Springer shows u A man who can't remember. Another who refuses to forget. Somewhere in the middle lies the truth. It’s five years since his wife disappeared, but wise-cracking, street-smart private-eye Evan Buckley is still reeling. Tormented by demons and consumed by his unrelenting quest for the truth, he loses himself in other people's problems. When college buddy Jesse Springer shows up with a wad of explicit photographs that arrived in the mail, Evan is roped into the most bizarre case of blackmail he’s ever encountered—because Jesse swears blind he can’t remember a thing. But can Evan believe him? And if things weren't bad enough, a psychopathic killer from the past embarks on a crusade of psychological revenge and twisted mind games that threaten to plunge Evan back into his darkest days. Adrift in a sea of betrayal and lies as the body count climbs, Evan is forced to choose between his gut instinct and the blatant evidence—and the only thing he knows for sure is the wrong choice will be punished with death.

30 review for Kentucky Vice

  1. 4 out of 5

    Marleen

    Trying to cut back on my reading budget, I look for free e-books on Kindle on a regular basis. I would go to the library, but for clarity and visibility reasons, I prefer reading on my Kindle paper white. It’s really more about perfecting good lighting when reading at night. This Kentucky Vice, by James Harper was one of those free books, and that eased the pain when I realized how much I didn't like the story. Overall I thought there were too many goons and low morality people. Not that it was Trying to cut back on my reading budget, I look for free e-books on Kindle on a regular basis. I would go to the library, but for clarity and visibility reasons, I prefer reading on my Kindle paper white. It’s really more about perfecting good lighting when reading at night. This Kentucky Vice, by James Harper was one of those free books, and that eased the pain when I realized how much I didn't like the story. Overall I thought there were too many goons and low morality people. Not that it was explicit, not that, but a plot that revolves around a strip-club owner and his entourage who blackmail customers is a delicate matter, but all we get are heinous bad guys and moronic victims who make all the wrong moves. I thought these men and women were puerile in their behavior and that got on my nerves quickly. Let me put it this way: the more I advanced in this story, the more I feared my IQ was going down.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ted Tayler

    "Why the fuss?" This had a great premise, with the night to remember that Jesse didn't. By halfway, I wondered when things would pick up, but they never did. It became your standard slug fest with the bad guy being flagged early doors. As for the attempted drug-fueled confusion of who was wearing a black or white hat towards the end, well it was comical, not gripping. Not for me, I'm afraid. "Why the fuss?" This had a great premise, with the night to remember that Jesse didn't. By halfway, I wondered when things would pick up, but they never did. It became your standard slug fest with the bad guy being flagged early doors. As for the attempted drug-fueled confusion of who was wearing a black or white hat towards the end, well it was comical, not gripping. Not for me, I'm afraid.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ronald Keeler

    James Harper describes Kentucky Vice as a suspense crime thriller. That is an accurate description with an emphasis on suspense. Although it is part of a series titled Evan Buckley Thrillers Book 2, I found no problems appreciating this novel without having read Book 1 first. Amazon sells the book for USD 2.99 or offers it as a read-for-free on Kindle Unlimited. After reading Book 2, I want to read Book 3 because (surprise) there is a cliffhanger at the end of Book 2. This is in no way a spoiler James Harper describes Kentucky Vice as a suspense crime thriller. That is an accurate description with an emphasis on suspense. Although it is part of a series titled Evan Buckley Thrillers Book 2, I found no problems appreciating this novel without having read Book 1 first. Amazon sells the book for USD 2.99 or offers it as a read-for-free on Kindle Unlimited. After reading Book 2, I want to read Book 3 because (surprise) there is a cliffhanger at the end of Book 2. This is in no way a spoiler. Kentucky Vice is a self-contained pleasant reading experience all by itself with many moving parts (subplots). But there is that one, small unresolved matter that I want to know about. Bring on Book 3. For Jesse Springer, the question was: Which came first, the credit card bill or the photos? He didn’t have to decide. The photos arrived at a most inopportune time while wifey was descending the stairs for morning coffee. First, hide the photos, then intercept the credit card bill. Diane was not to know about this. It would be hard to justify the thirty-thousand-dollar charge on his bill. Photographic evidence proved the existence of the two women plus Jesse in an intimate meeting. Telling Diane that he had gotten two for the price of one might be a last-minute strategy. But for that price, Jesse wished he could remember anything about the experience. Jesse recruits friend and private detective Evan Buckley to chase down what happened. This begins the recruitment of the cast of characters that will interact to explain this interesting scam. Evan must trace the credit card and visit the club where the unremembered action took place. The reader quickly learns that a drug was involved, one so powerful that victim memory is erased. Jesse was not the first victim. Drugging wealthy patrons so that they could be posed in intimate situations was a staple money-making method at Chi Chi’s. Samantha, assistant manager, and all-around pimp and sadist would then charge the client’s credit card for as much as the market would bear. Pay the bill or receive unwanted publicity. No complaints, no crime. With setting in place, the reader will meet many characters who seem to have shifting values as they interact to either profit or seek forgiveness for their past actions. Gina is one of the girls at Chi Chi’s. As innocent as any part-time stripper (with occasional benefits for special customers) Gina is working her way through school and is looking to leave the life of sleaze behind. She wished she had not discovered the scam. She felt morally bound to report the activity she considered criminal. Her colleague, Destiny, didn’t feel bad about what she was doing, she was supporting a powerful Corvette. She had no intention of leaving the business but also had no intention of someone hurting the innocent Gina. Samantha, more of a madam, had no regrets about anything at all. She loved the opportunity for occasional torture and even the less frequent opportunity for murder. Tony D’Amato was a boss who had unique interests and talents. He was stereotypically guilty just due to his name. Into all this ride the forces of good. Evan wants to help his friend Jesse but has a few other things going on. There are the unsolicited any mysterious emails alluding to the location of Sarah, his missing wife. Sister Charlotte has hired him to find out if her husband Mitch was cheating on her. Family ties and obligations set him on paths he did not want to go. Evan needs help in his investigation from former female cop partner. Will there be a romance? There is almost a bromance between Evan and local cop Angel. Sure, they had to work together but how closely? Angel would not mind getting closer to Gina or Destiny, while Evan seems to have a more vicarious interest in the two lovely reluctant professionals. And then there is the reluctant Forrest. In fact, there are two of them. Are they innocent businessmen, victims, or guilty conspirators? With so much crime and so many unsavory characters, I was surprised the story could be told with so little objectionable vocabulary. This is a safe book as far as sex, violence, and bad language. There are lots of surprises, most of them about characters and their shifting values (not all of which go in a positive direction. This is solid storytelling with which to fill a few hours. I gave it four Amazon stars and look forward to reading Book 3.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Frank Watson

    While a big fan of established greats such as Rex Stout and John D. MacDonald, I also like to try out newer writers. In the past, when books were actually printed on paper, to try an unknown name was a gamble. Would a specific work be worth several dollars or more? Especially if down to your last dollar? These days, when e-books are sold at deep discounts, or even free, the gamble is much less. I therefore download many books that seem to have even a little potential. This is how KENTUCKY VICE by While a big fan of established greats such as Rex Stout and John D. MacDonald, I also like to try out newer writers. In the past, when books were actually printed on paper, to try an unknown name was a gamble. Would a specific work be worth several dollars or more? Especially if down to your last dollar? These days, when e-books are sold at deep discounts, or even free, the gamble is much less. I therefore download many books that seem to have even a little potential. This is how KENTUCKY VICE by James Harper showed up on my Kindle. I enjoyed the story, even though it seemed a bit uneven. At first I had to get past the cliché in the blurb: “…wise-cracking, street-smart private-eye Evan Buckley…” I learned a long time ago, however, that one cannot always trust blurbs. The story itself, however, is solid enough. The protagonist, Buckley, is not necessarily original, but he has a back story and character traits that make him interesting. The plot quickly leads to the seedy world of strip clubs, which can also be interesting. The story moved quickly. I think, however, it had a few rough places. I did not find the dialogue, for example, particularly realistic: ‘Can you give Louisville PD a call, see if they know anything about it, if it’s happened before? I don't want to schlep all the way down there if there's already a major investigation going on.’ An exaggerated gasp of astonishment come down the line. ‘Isn’t that what you do best? Interfering in official police business. Mr Mayhem.’ It seemed to me that the stripper angle was a bit paradoxical. The women at one time seemed to be shown in a sympathetic light as just plain working women in a seedy profession. A few pages later they were showing their attributes in a stereotypical way. Perhaps the greatest problem in my mind was it seemed the author was not sure what kind of book he was writing. In one place, the prose would not have been out of place in a Romance novel. In another it seemed to almost become a buddy flick because two of the characters (Evan, the private detective, and Angel, a police detective) seemed to be cut from the same cloth with few differentiating characteristics. I had to keep backtracking to determine who was talking to whom. None of this was serious enough for me to stop reading. Maybe I was being too critical for what was no doubt intended to be a fun read? Maybe what I questioned would not bother another reader. It is certainly not enough to advise other readers against it. In fact, many readers would probably enjoy the book with unreserved positive comments. So I will also make a confession: In spite of what was just said, I enjoyed the book enough to download a second in the series by this author.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Robert Browning

    Evan Buckley is a HIT! What a brilliant Book! This is an Evan Buckley thriller and I have to say this was just so tense and full of action I just couldn’t put it down and go to bed! It was addictive, amusing and funny yet quite scary and bloody and it still had the usual Evan Buckley surprising laid back humour and didn’t see that coming ending. It is such an easy enjoyable read. A full throttle adventure where PI Evan takes on a case for an old friend Jessie who is being blackmailed after being Evan Buckley is a HIT! What a brilliant Book! This is an Evan Buckley thriller and I have to say this was just so tense and full of action I just couldn’t put it down and go to bed! It was addictive, amusing and funny yet quite scary and bloody and it still had the usual Evan Buckley surprising laid back humour and didn’t see that coming ending. It is such an easy enjoyable read. A full throttle adventure where PI Evan takes on a case for an old friend Jessie who is being blackmailed after being date drugged in compromised situation with two strippers. Evan teams up with Louisville detective a man called Angel after one of the strip clubs confirms her suspicions as to a con going on with some scary going ons. Evan and Angel along with the aid of two of the clubs stripper s set up a sting to bring them down. Unfortunately before they can hapless Jess makes things so much worse he puts Evan and everyone’s life in danger. I enjoyed this book so much it kept me guessing and turning pages right to the ending. Lots of violence humour and a taught storyline that just works so well. In-between this Evan is being taunted by someone over the whereabouts to his missing wife just to add to his stress. Well written plot with great characters, humour and blood and guts, bit of romance all thrown together for a brilliant ending and a want for more. I highly recommended you read it, but be warned you’ll want more.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Petula

    Even better than book #1 I gave Kentucky Vice five stars for a few reasons: it was even better than the first book of the Evan Buckley series, it's filled with details that made me gasp (and that's not easy to do), and it is an easy, quick read with great descriptions and characters. Even if you figure out some of the mysteries laid out in the book, you'll still be pleased with all the details and surprising events. In addition to Evan's emotional denial and ongoing mystery about his wife's disapp Even better than book #1 I gave Kentucky Vice five stars for a few reasons: it was even better than the first book of the Evan Buckley series, it's filled with details that made me gasp (and that's not easy to do), and it is an easy, quick read with great descriptions and characters. Even if you figure out some of the mysteries laid out in the book, you'll still be pleased with all the details and surprising events. In addition to Evan's emotional denial and ongoing mystery about his wife's disappearance, there is the current mystery to solve of the scam being played out at a strip club. I'll keep reading the series not just to find out about the wife, but to see what crazy case Evan will take next, how he'll get himself into trouble again, and the literal gory details of killings and murders. I just hope book three keeps me as intrigued and invested as this one.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Ludicrous If you enjoy dark humor and can suspend the need for reason, reality, political correctness and sanity in a plot, you may love this book. Evan Buckley, P.I., takes on a fraud case for a friend who was drugged at a strip club while out of town on business. After arriving back home, Jesse received very explicit pictures in the mail and discovered he'd charged thirty thousand dollars to his credit card for a night he can't remember. He hires Evan to investigate, but becomes impatient and d Ludicrous If you enjoy dark humor and can suspend the need for reason, reality, political correctness and sanity in a plot, you may love this book. Evan Buckley, P.I., takes on a fraud case for a friend who was drugged at a strip club while out of town on business. After arriving back home, Jesse received very explicit pictures in the mail and discovered he'd charged thirty thousand dollars to his credit card for a night he can't remember. He hires Evan to investigate, but becomes impatient and decides to return to Kentucky as well, without telling Evan. Between the two of them, two strippers and a partnerless cop, they manage to put even slasher movies to shame. It gets 3.5 stars for some great suspense.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Richard Harral

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A little too much killing and maiming of people, but a lot less foul language as it seems many books are now full of. A good story but some what a little on the unbelievable side. I doubt that things could ever transpire in the order they did. I felt like the writer left lots bad people unscathed for his later books in this series. I do think the author did some very good presentation of some characters. However his main character seems to much on the helpless side to be his ace PI. I would neve A little too much killing and maiming of people, but a lot less foul language as it seems many books are now full of. A good story but some what a little on the unbelievable side. I doubt that things could ever transpire in the order they did. I felt like the writer left lots bad people unscathed for his later books in this series. I do think the author did some very good presentation of some characters. However his main character seems to much on the helpless side to be his ace PI. I would never hire him for much of anything. I’m like the main male character to be smarter and maybe a little more of a physical hero. Evan seems like he should stay in the office. I did enjoy the book and was glad to see the detective and the lady Corvette driver take charge while Evan was being a putz.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Valettagirl

    Great book, Great action and an even better storyline Evan Buckley really got in a mess this time. Little did he think that he’d make a mess of things when helping Jesse Springer sort out a blackmail issue. Trouble is the issue of his missing wife is not helping him make rational decisions. So he sets out to make a difference, he can’t let this club keep doing this to innocent men. He sets in motion an unstoppable set of circumstances endangering Gina and her friends lives. This is my favourite b Great book, Great action and an even better storyline Evan Buckley really got in a mess this time. Little did he think that he’d make a mess of things when helping Jesse Springer sort out a blackmail issue. Trouble is the issue of his missing wife is not helping him make rational decisions. So he sets out to make a difference, he can’t let this club keep doing this to innocent men. He sets in motion an unstoppable set of circumstances endangering Gina and her friends lives. This is my favourite book in the series so far and I will now be reading the next in the sequence. Evan is a great guy who makes a lot of mistakes. He means well and has a great heart but somehow he always puts his foot in it. Makes for a great read he’s an imperfect hero but the tales are good.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Patricia German

    Evan Buckley I enjoys mystery thrillers a lot and I was not disappointed in James Harper's book of Kentucky Vice. It took me less than 2 days to read! I'm hooked on the series and can't wait for the next one. It has plenty of action, suspense, and even a bit of romance. Evans ear keeps coming into play making you have to read more in hopes of finding out what happened to it. Got to read people I'm not a spoiler! It has its raunchy side and its heart breaking moments too! You just need to read thi Evan Buckley I enjoys mystery thrillers a lot and I was not disappointed in James Harper's book of Kentucky Vice. It took me less than 2 days to read! I'm hooked on the series and can't wait for the next one. It has plenty of action, suspense, and even a bit of romance. Evans ear keeps coming into play making you have to read more in hopes of finding out what happened to it. Got to read people I'm not a spoiler! It has its raunchy side and its heart breaking moments too! You just need to read this. If I were you I'd get the first book in the series and start there. They are good!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ken Cook

    Second in PI series Read as a stand-alone, the extensive cast of characters are delineated thoroughly as a complex plot plays out. Some really nasty bad guys, a stupid client, flashes of series backstory, I enjoyed the suspense although the finale did hint as a cliffhanger. As I am a gatherer of books, I collect books and ebooks from a variety of sources: Goodreads wins, BookBub, BookFunnel, Riffle, Prolific Works, emails from authors and publishers, and others. I do lose track of their sources. B Second in PI series Read as a stand-alone, the extensive cast of characters are delineated thoroughly as a complex plot plays out. Some really nasty bad guys, a stupid client, flashes of series backstory, I enjoyed the suspense although the finale did hint as a cliffhanger. As I am a gatherer of books, I collect books and ebooks from a variety of sources: Goodreads wins, BookBub, BookFunnel, Riffle, Prolific Works, emails from authors and publishers, and others. I do lose track of their sources. But, as a reader, I feel I should give an honest, unencumbered review for all I read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bev

    This is the second book in this series. Evan Buckley can't turn down an old college buddy when he asks him for help. Some how, Jesse Springer has been caught with his proverbial pants down so to speak. Problem is Jesse doesn't remember anything about the pictures.Then there is the psychopathic killer from the past that could just push Evan back into his dark days. Can Evan help his friend or will he go with what he sees and let the chips fall where they may for his friend? Read the book to find This is the second book in this series. Evan Buckley can't turn down an old college buddy when he asks him for help. Some how, Jesse Springer has been caught with his proverbial pants down so to speak. Problem is Jesse doesn't remember anything about the pictures.Then there is the psychopathic killer from the past that could just push Evan back into his dark days. Can Evan help his friend or will he go with what he sees and let the chips fall where they may for his friend? Read the book to find out. I voluntarily reviewed this book, the review is of my own opinion.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Laura Gimbel

    Evan Buckley, private detective hired by friend, Jesse, to solve this suspense thriller. Jesses was at a strip club, remembers going there but doesn’t remember how he got back to his motel. Not so nice pictures delivered to Jesse (he doesn’t remember doing the dirty shown in the pictures). Then a 30K on his credit card from the strip club. What happened and why can’t he remember? Intriguing with twist and turns, fast paced, and believable fun characters. Try enjoyable and ready for the next book Evan Buckley, private detective hired by friend, Jesse, to solve this suspense thriller. Jesses was at a strip club, remembers going there but doesn’t remember how he got back to his motel. Not so nice pictures delivered to Jesse (he doesn’t remember doing the dirty shown in the pictures). Then a 30K on his credit card from the strip club. What happened and why can’t he remember? Intriguing with twist and turns, fast paced, and believable fun characters. Try enjoyable and ready for the next book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    C.

    This is the second "Evan Buckley" book I've read and have enjoyed each one which tells me I've found my new favorite author. Even though I want to smack him upside the head when he does something really stupid it doesn't take away from how much I like him. There's loads of action, plenty of mystery and great reading. I was lucky enough to receive an ARC in return for a fair and honest review. Believe me, you can ask some authors who are sorry they sent me an ARC, I do not lie!!! This is the second "Evan Buckley" book I've read and have enjoyed each one which tells me I've found my new favorite author. Even though I want to smack him upside the head when he does something really stupid it doesn't take away from how much I like him. There's loads of action, plenty of mystery and great reading. I was lucky enough to receive an ARC in return for a fair and honest review. Believe me, you can ask some authors who are sorry they sent me an ARC, I do not lie!!!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chez

    This book held my interest from the start and as it went on the interested you got and in the end you don't want to put it down until you find out what happens. I have to say James Harper , is a good author and I'll be keeping an eye out for more books by this author especially if they are as thrilling as this one. Congratulations on a book that you wanted to read to the end and not give up halfway through. This book held my interest from the start and as it went on the interested you got and in the end you don't want to put it down until you find out what happens. I have to say James Harper , is a good author and I'll be keeping an eye out for more books by this author especially if they are as thrilling as this one. Congratulations on a book that you wanted to read to the end and not give up halfway through.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Deb Sumpter

    What a story! I found parts hard to read, put the book down several times to get my heart rate down again. I really like the Evan Buckley character, but, Mr. Harper, I beg of you to find another adjective then retard. "Spread the word to end the word" is a very real campaign, special needs people don't deserve the comparison to the jerks in your story. Personally, I like my books to end with all questions answered, still wondering about the bad guys. What a story! I found parts hard to read, put the book down several times to get my heart rate down again. I really like the Evan Buckley character, but, Mr. Harper, I beg of you to find another adjective then retard. "Spread the word to end the word" is a very real campaign, special needs people don't deserve the comparison to the jerks in your story. Personally, I like my books to end with all questions answered, still wondering about the bad guys.

  17. 5 out of 5

    BonusMom

    Great thriller This is an action packed thriller (with some scenarios that are not for the faint of heart) with characters you will love and, I promise, some you will definitely hate. I finished this at 2 o'clock in the morning (sleep is overrated anyway) and downloaded the next one. Great thriller This is an action packed thriller (with some scenarios that are not for the faint of heart) with characters you will love and, I promise, some you will definitely hate. I finished this at 2 o'clock in the morning (sleep is overrated anyway) and downloaded the next one.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Robbie

    This was one of those books that sends the reader (at least this reader) to the dark side of life and makes me wonder if I really want to read it. The more I read, the less willing I was to give up on it. I liked the protagonists, flaws and all, but I prefer them to be smarter than their enemies. I rate this one 4.5 stars.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bettyboop

    Looked forward to book 2 and more Evan Buckley, thrilling and packed with action. Kentucky Vice was that and more, a mystery that shook Evan to his core. Pages couldn’t turn fast enough as Mr. Harper’s plot twisted and played out. The best reading! Suspenseful! Thrilling goodread! Book 3, must read next. James Harper and Evan Buckley Series definitely worth reading.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Buckley has a new case when old college friend, Jesse Springer, needs his help. He is being blackmailed over revealing photographs that he doesn't remember being taken. Unfortunately I had no sympathy for his predicament and for me there were too many unlikable people, added to the various threats of violence the story wasn't really for me. Buckley has a new case when old college friend, Jesse Springer, needs his help. He is being blackmailed over revealing photographs that he doesn't remember being taken. Unfortunately I had no sympathy for his predicament and for me there were too many unlikable people, added to the various threats of violence the story wasn't really for me.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Excellent crime thriller. A very good storyline with plenty of plot twists and intrigue. The characters have substance and are well-written. I liked the intrigue and suspense in this book. I voluntarily read an ARC and this is my honest review.

  22. 5 out of 5

    John-Paul

    This book is a great thriller! I was hooked from the very first page. It has plenty of mystery and suspense to satisfy readers of this genre. I was given a free copy of this book in return for an honest and objective review.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Pat Raab

    Drugs and extortion, the underbelly of a world where the lust for wealth and power drives men to kill. And one person who is willing to risk everything to help take them down. A thrilling look at a world most people don't come into contact with in their entire lives. Exceptional. Drugs and extortion, the underbelly of a world where the lust for wealth and power drives men to kill. And one person who is willing to risk everything to help take them down. A thrilling look at a world most people don't come into contact with in their entire lives. Exceptional.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kerry Dillenburg

    A fast read right on the edge of being really good. There were a few too many characters introduced to be able to really cheer any one. Parts were pretty good while others a bit worn.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Reba

    Gripping Another winner of a book from Mr. Harper! Evan is back and mucking up another investigation...and getting himself beaten up, again, in the process. You'll love the characters and the story line. Gripping Another winner of a book from Mr. Harper! Evan is back and mucking up another investigation...and getting himself beaten up, again, in the process. You'll love the characters and the story line.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    Kentucky Vice Interesting and entertaining storyline about blackmail and the dangerous path that leads investigators on the search for enough proof to make arrests and stop the crime wave.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Mcdowell

    Must read... I read this in one sitting except to get up for coffee what a great story. Kept me on edge trying to figure out who the bad guys really were!! Action packed with unforgettable characters. Bravo !!!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Marler

    Not bad but amateurish The story was pretty good but this guy is in serious need of an editor. His grammar is atrocious and he constantly makes up his own words . He also throws the " r " word around like it is going out of style- pretty unnecessary and offensive. Not bad but amateurish The story was pretty good but this guy is in serious need of an editor. His grammar is atrocious and he constantly makes up his own words . He also throws the " r " word around like it is going out of style- pretty unnecessary and offensive.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Peter Raymond Smith

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. With James Harper you read 1chapter then it makes you want to keep going even when your in and your eyelids hitting your feet you want to keep going when Even gets going. His private investigator .get reading.

  30. 5 out of 5

    C P

    Enjoyed the adventure First the story caught me, then the pace kept me engaged. It was Hard to pause long enough to sleep because I wanted to know what was next. When I thought the story was almost over, I saw there was about 40% left

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