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5.0 out of 5 starsEXCELLENT!
Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2019
Love this author. All his books keep me up at night turning the pages to finish. He writes a fast pace story which keep you interested throughout. No dead places in his books! Read them all!
5.0 out of 5 starsAnother great story in this exciting series
Reviewed in the United States on January 25, 2018
I was looking forward to this 4th installment of the excellent One Eyed Jack series, and Christopher Lynch did not disappoint! This exploration of the goings on in the world of college sports has the protagonist working another angle and includes some great twists, too. As always, I was only sorry to see it end. Now I have to wait for number 5!
4.0 out of 5 starsSurprisingly good and no problem to start with this book
Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2019
So, I was at a seminar given by the author, which was really enjoyable and informative, and the author had hardcopy books there in case we wanted to purchase one. Since he was such a good speaker, I suspected the books might be good as well, and I wanted to support the author for coming out and giving the excellent seminar. I decided to try this 4th book as I like detective stories and I know people who really enjoy football. I can take or leave football. I zipped right through this book and found it to be clever and fun, and easily as good and entertaining as many others in the "hard boiled detective" category that I have read. Definitely worth a try, and I am looking forward to the next one!
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2018
“I had Jerry the juicer, I had knowledge of how the system operated, and I had a list of players that I could soon begin to lean on. But one nagging piece of information had eluded me to this point. Who was the “Demon.” Dortell Williams? And if he wasn’t juicing, how the heck did he pull off superhuman feats of strength and speed?”
While I may have liked the protagonist blackmailer One Eyed Jack better without the committed love interest, maybe vicariously thinking he was available, Christopher Lynch never cheats the reader with his time reaching and offers a plot that captures the reader. If you are not all about football, don’t let the subject matter keep you away. I wasn’t, and I still couldn’t put the book down until the final page.
One-eyed Jack is my favorite blackmailer. Rugged and intelligent, Jack finds wasy prey and money. But occasionally he finds someone who needs help. Excellent narration, I hope there are more books by this author and narrator Tom Jordan.