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I really enjoyed this book. We meet Special Agent Tom Lange on his first day in a new job and he is thrown straight in when a body is found in a nature reserve in the water. As Tom tries to investigate the death he is also having to deal with his brother Nick. Tom and Nick did not have a conventional upbringing and both still had issues which needed addressing. When a second body is found it is a race against time to find the killer before the wrong person is accused of murder. This book has plenty of twists and turns and will keep you guessing.
Ordered a sample as I was not familiar with the author. The setting of SW Florida appealed to me and the writing and story line was presented well with no profanity. So I bought the book. Where the sample left off is where the hard profanity began. Why can't authors express themselves and tell a good story without the crutch of profanity to support what must be a limited vocabulary? I know some people talk that way, but those people are not welcome in my home.
I don't usually read American cop stories but thought I'd give it a go. Easy to follow to begin with, but there were so many characters that I got a bit lost along the way. Having said that, it was a good yarn with lots of twists.
Another fantastic read from T.J. Brearton. I couldn't put Dead Gone down. It had everything that a a murder mystery should have in it, with an ending that I didn't expect at all. Hopefully we'll read about Tom Lange again. Definitely would recommend this author and his books.
I enjoyed the story very much but was frustrated by all the abbreviations (a lot of which were not explained) and the use of words that were used when simpler words would have been better. Great story but spoilt for me by unnecessary words and acronyms.