Thursday, February 11, 2016

Read: Russian Roulette by Mike Faricy

Dev Haskell is, as some reviewers did say, misogynistic, but I guess that's how a normal man would think. In a way, he's full of himself, (hell he said he was handsome but I guess his charms did work to the women in the book) which the author refutes with the turnout of events. His curiosity is both a plague and an advantage.

The author's upbeat writing was the only thing that kept me reading. Enjoyable indeed.

Will I be reading other Dev Haskell mysteries, I guess. That's something to think about, but maybe another from the author.

But, I just have to post this question: would you still continue on a case if your client has gone incognito and has admitted to accidentally hurting (no spoilers here) you? Well, if yes, then go ahead read it.

Alice Kamatis rating: 4 stars

Goodreads blurb: 

Russian Roulette is the FIRST novel in the highly entertaining Dev Haskell Private Investigator mystery series. 

Bestselling author Mike Faricy kicks off his mystery series with this humorous, suspenseful tale of intrigue, rank ineptitude, and one night-stands. 

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