Sunday, May 24, 2015

Early Reviews for Twice As Fatal

A couple of links with early reviews for Twice As Fatal:

Twice as Fatal is R. Weir’s third Jarvis Mann Detective novel.  It is an engaging page-turner with an intricate plot and a wide variety of interesting characters.  Weir weaves in characters and references from the prior Jarvis Mann books, however, each book can be thoroughly enjoyed as a stand-alone novel.

R. Weir’s Jarvis Mann is a likable sort for a low rent P.I. He is someone you might know or meet at a cookout. He has wit and charm, but not too much. He can hold his own in a fight but does tend to get his ass kicked occasionally. The story has just enough twists and turns to keep you turning the pages.

Thanks for Julie and Sandra for the wonderful reviews.

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