"Got a gun?"
With those words, David Allen Crockett, a retired police officer who simply wanted to be left alone, finds his seclusion shattered by his friend, therapist Ruby LaCost. At Ruby's request, Crockett agrees to teach one of her clients, Rachael Moore, how to defend herself with a handgun.
During the course of those lessons, Crockett and Rachael begin an intimate relationship. When Rachael is found dead from an apparent suicide, Crockett is devastated and tries to slink back into his self-imposed seclusion. But things get complicated when Crockett is contacted by Rachael's aunt, who believes the suicide was staged and claims she has the name of the murderer. Together, Crockett and Ruby begin an investigation that leads them into a world of treachery, deceit, and death.
©2015 David R. Lewis (P)2015 David R. Lewis
A story that every middle school boy would love. A lot of sexual innuendo, the hero who can turn a lesbian straight and just happens to have a billionaire friend who loves doling out cash.
Added bonus is occasional tutorials that any adult needs not hear.
I did enjoy the first hour or so! :)
I do love this author tho, he would do better sticking to his cowboy stories....
Just an old retired guy, eyesight not as good as it was, so really enjoy listening to these books. Been listening for about 6 years.
As a fan of Lewis's books, I really didn't know how this might be. But his writing and reading of the story were both great. I loved all the Trail series, but .this one came up to the same standards I thought it would be.
Set in Kansas City with a medically retired pilice detective and his rherapist and , a murder with all rhe time, money and helpful contacts one could wish in a c4im7nal invesrigation. I enjoyed the banter though it seems to take the place of detection. I liked it well enoigh to look for more in the series.
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