Book Review: Cicero’s Dead by Patrick H. Moore

Cicero's DeadCicero’s Dead by Patrick H. Moore
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

One deliciously grimy read

This book had so much going on. There were drugs, murders, lies and guns. The story flowed so well that it was hard to put it down long enough to sleep.

All of the characters were real and detailed. You knew them and either loved or hated them but you were not uninvolved.

I am so glad that I found this book. It was a great detective novel. I have a new respect for those Private investigators. And a whole lot of respect for Bobby and Nick in particular.

Nick Crane PI was hired to find Richard by his sister Jade. Nick along with his friend Bobby found so much more wrong than just s missing brother. Each time they found a body it showed them the true evil they were facing. Nick had brought Bobby into the search for Richard. Together they found trouble all over the city, even with the police.Bobby had a history that both helped and hindered during the investigation. Sometimes things were just too real for him. Bobby touched me with his painful countenance.

Nick and his wife, Cassidy were good together. This allowed Nick to feel uncomfortable with just how sexy Jude was, even if he did notice. Rich characters were sprinkled all through this book. The action and gritty discoveries were on every page.

If you like mysteries and detective stories then this book is for you. I am a new fan of both the genre and the Author.

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