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A little strange but has promise.
on 20 August 2012
Nicholas Colt, family man, Private Investigator. His adopted daughter is about to leave school and he sees a steady life on the horizon, then comes the call to travel to Tennessee to investigate a double murder that can only have been carried out by a white supremacist gang that Colt put away years ago.
The first part of this book dwells on the investigation, this is typical crime genre fare, then comes the second half, returning home Colt walks into a bloodbath, abducted, drugged and brainwashed. Colt is sent out to be a part of a criminal enterprise bigger than anything Colt has previously seen.
I'm not sure where the writer was taking us with this and I'm not sure if it worked. I'm loathe to give anything two stars so this gets a three, it may appeal to someone out there. I did read to the end and was surprised by some of the plot holes and the threads left untied at the end. Did the author get fed up and rush it?