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There’s always someone digging into your past, using whatever they find against you Private investigator Emmett Naoki has come a long way from his modeling days. Yet he should still remember fame always comes at a hefty price. Really, he shouldn’t be surprised the high demand for OWL Investigations services is the very definition of a double-edged sword.Emmett and Da There’s always someone digging into your past, using whatever they find against you Private investigator Emmett Naoki has come a long way from his modeling days. Yet he should still remember fame always comes at a hefty price. Really, he shouldn’t be surprised the high demand for OWL Investigations services is the very definition of a double-edged sword.Emmett and David, his assistant and tentative boyfriend, can’t ever catch a break with this onslaught of new clients. The only time they spend together is squished in a car, following cheating spouses around. Not the most romantic of dates. To make matters worse, Emmett gets saddled with a mysterious string of suicides pointing at local mobsters.It’s just Emmett’s luck that this weird case is causing all kind of trouble and heartache for him and his family. He’d better figure out why everyone working for the mob suddenly decided to off themselves before he puts his loved ones in the line of fire. And he’d better do it while caring for his newly adopted cat. Don’t ask!The Worst Man I Never Knew is the fourth LGBT mystery in the OWL Investigations series. If you like intriguing cases, protagonists who leave no stone unturned, and plenty of family secrets, then you’ll love this new installment in Alina Popescu’s popular PI series.Start reading The Worst Man I Never Knew right now to see if Emmett manages to untangle this complicated web before someone he loves ends up badly hurt.


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There’s always someone digging into your past, using whatever they find against you Private investigator Emmett Naoki has come a long way from his modeling days. Yet he should still remember fame always comes at a hefty price. Really, he shouldn’t be surprised the high demand for OWL Investigations services is the very definition of a double-edged sword.Emmett and Da There’s always someone digging into your past, using whatever they find against you Private investigator Emmett Naoki has come a long way from his modeling days. Yet he should still remember fame always comes at a hefty price. Really, he shouldn’t be surprised the high demand for OWL Investigations services is the very definition of a double-edged sword.Emmett and David, his assistant and tentative boyfriend, can’t ever catch a break with this onslaught of new clients. The only time they spend together is squished in a car, following cheating spouses around. Not the most romantic of dates. To make matters worse, Emmett gets saddled with a mysterious string of suicides pointing at local mobsters.It’s just Emmett’s luck that this weird case is causing all kind of trouble and heartache for him and his family. He’d better figure out why everyone working for the mob suddenly decided to off themselves before he puts his loved ones in the line of fire. And he’d better do it while caring for his newly adopted cat. Don’t ask!The Worst Man I Never Knew is the fourth LGBT mystery in the OWL Investigations series. If you like intriguing cases, protagonists who leave no stone unturned, and plenty of family secrets, then you’ll love this new installment in Alina Popescu’s popular PI series.Start reading The Worst Man I Never Knew right now to see if Emmett manages to untangle this complicated web before someone he loves ends up badly hurt.

30 review for The Worst Man I Never Knew

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joscelyn Smith

    Emmett and David were run ragged in this one, trying to keep up with their influx of new clients. That coupled with the specter of Emmett and Tate's sperm donor casting an unwanted shadow really amped up the tension, I couldn't stop reading. I loved every minute of it and I was left with one burning question: who was in the kitchen? I can't wait to read the OWL team's next adventure. *I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book* Emmett and David were run ragged in this one, trying to keep up with their influx of new clients. That coupled with the specter of Emmett and Tate's sperm donor casting an unwanted shadow really amped up the tension, I couldn't stop reading. I loved every minute of it and I was left with one burning question: who was in the kitchen? I can't wait to read the OWL team's next adventure. *I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book*

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tory

    Give up the writing career? No, no need to go that far. Really, we (can I still say we if all my books are only on my hard drive?) it's the curse and par course for authors... artists of any kind... or really just any kind of profession where it|'s about your skills. The book was... okay. And really, the book market is a wast and diverse place, it's made out of books that should never have seen the light of day and books that should be put on a pedestal and worshipped but mostly it's about books Give up the writing career? No, no need to go that far. Really, we (can I still say we if all my books are only on my hard drive?) it's the curse and par course for authors... artists of any kind... or really just any kind of profession where it|'s about your skills. The book was... okay. And really, the book market is a wast and diverse place, it's made out of books that should never have seen the light of day and books that should be put on a pedestal and worshipped but mostly it's about books like this - the middle, the "normal", the bread, as I called it recently - it's all about who you are and what you make of it - in the right mood, or the right person, this book can be great, in the wrong one(s), it... won't be. Duh. And you're okay with (try to be anyway) even if everything seems more worth it when you have that one reader who totally clicked with your book and thinks you're The Stuff. Anyway, what a great thing, to have a private investigator that kind of ends up solving case right on his doorstep and family stuff. Not. Before that, it was David as a suspect. The second one was about his modelling past. The first one was about David as new detective. Like really, how often does a PI investigates cases that are centred on his own life?! That's just... uhgrh. Smells like fake. Like... this is not a mystery or crime detective thing but just a romance that can't really pull of "real" cases, just uses character's past to make some crimes just so MC can solve his own personal problems.

  3. 5 out of 5

    PaperMoon

    Four books into the series and finally ... Emmett and David get their sex on together! I'm not sure how the author managed that without readers complaining but I'm quite positive this series is not meant to be of the cozy mystery genre (since we get the violent deaths). Perhaps it's because Emmett and David actually spend most of their time apart investigating separate cases, barely finding any quality time together outside of working hours - and when they do, they're physically drained/exhauste Four books into the series and finally ... Emmett and David get their sex on together! I'm not sure how the author managed that without readers complaining but I'm quite positive this series is not meant to be of the cozy mystery genre (since we get the violent deaths). Perhaps it's because Emmett and David actually spend most of their time apart investigating separate cases, barely finding any quality time together outside of working hours - and when they do, they're physically drained/exhausted LOL. The murders this time round relate to the reappearance of Emmett (and Tate's) long absent/missing biological father. This spectral father-figure remains just that throughout the book, never actually appearing but seemingly having a deft hand into nefarious/mobster crime with far-reaching consequences. I'm hoping this story-line arc gets resolved by the next book though ... things are kinda left hanging as to whether this 'worst man' Emmett never knew means to do him and his loved ones harm or good. I'm also a little puzzled by Tate's reactions toward Emmett's investigations going closer to home than he's comfortable with; for someone touted as a loving / supportive brother, his behavior and rationale thereafter did not ring true to me. 3.5 stars.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Suzun

    I dunno There’s something compelling about the stories but there are SO MANY mistakes. Wrong words, missed words, misspelled words. And it’s choppy and sometimes hard to follow and you gotta go back and reread to make sure you’re following it correctly. Sometimes there’s a little symbol to show a break but sometimes not and it’s jarring. One paragraph he’s talking to a mobster in his office, the very next paragraph he’s talking to his brother in his house. I like the characters so that’s good, an I dunno There’s something compelling about the stories but there are SO MANY mistakes. Wrong words, missed words, misspelled words. And it’s choppy and sometimes hard to follow and you gotta go back and reread to make sure you’re following it correctly. Sometimes there’s a little symbol to show a break but sometimes not and it’s jarring. One paragraph he’s talking to a mobster in his office, the very next paragraph he’s talking to his brother in his house. I like the characters so that’s good, and like I said the stories are interesting but this author really needs an editor.

  5. 4 out of 5

    blub

    Such a good follow up from where it left off in book 3. I enjoyed the slothing, seeing David and Nao get a bit closer. The thing with Sean Walsh was interesting and I'm looking forward to see if Nao and Tate will ever really comes face to face with his biological father. I was left with a few questions but hopefully the next book in the series will answer them. Such a good follow up from where it left off in book 3. I enjoyed the slothing, seeing David and Nao get a bit closer. The thing with Sean Walsh was interesting and I'm looking forward to see if Nao and Tate will ever really comes face to face with his biological father. I was left with a few questions but hopefully the next book in the series will answer them.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Nelson

    This latest entry in the awesome OWL Investigations Mysteries series was a fantastic, fast paced, action packed, amazing, grab-you-by-the-feels, fascinating, intense, snarky, hilarious, simmering, and exciting read. It had me hooked from beginning to end, and I can't wait to see what happens next. This latest entry in the awesome OWL Investigations Mysteries series was a fantastic, fast paced, action packed, amazing, grab-you-by-the-feels, fascinating, intense, snarky, hilarious, simmering, and exciting read. It had me hooked from beginning to end, and I can't wait to see what happens next.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Janeylou

    4.25 stars

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    Anne Marie Crookes

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    Kim

  13. 5 out of 5

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    Justjeanette

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ashleigh Choat

  16. 4 out of 5

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  17. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

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    Terry

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    Deb Stalker

  22. 5 out of 5

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    Neil Wilson

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    C Brooks

  27. 5 out of 5

    Readsalot

  28. 5 out of 5

    H.

  29. 4 out of 5

    DoaJaneoDoe

  30. 5 out of 5

    Evma

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