Friday, August 14, 2015

Review: Twice As Fatal: A Jarvis Mann Detective Novel (#3) by R. Weir

Publication date: May 29th 2015
Series and Book number: 3

Official Blurb:

Twice the business, twice the danger and Twice as Fatal. PI Jarvis Mann has two cases he is working, making his professional and personal life twice as difficult.

Ray Malone is a promising college football star whose career is derailed by injuries When he disappears, close friend Jarvis is recruited by Ray’s father to locate him. After tracking him down a video is sent of Ray with the warning of it going public, threatening his career and those that love him.

Case two has landlord Kate Tanner hiring Jarvis to gather evidence against her cheating, thieving husband so she can divorce him. As Jarvis investigates he learns of the husband’s connection to a powerful man, with a dangerously perverted agenda that crosses into Kate’s life with deadly consequences.

Across the Rocky Mountain Front Range Jarvis tries to balance both cases, each dragging him deeper into different sleazy underworlds, jeopardizing him, his clients and their families. With danger and death all around him, he somehow must rescue everyone before this fatal business claims the lives of all involved, his life and the one he is growing to love.

Reading this book by R. Weir, I felt as though I had literally stepped into the mind of a PI. There was action, mystery, and twists that let me wondering what just happened! I really enjoyed reading another book by R. Weir, and he does a wonderful job at capturing your attention and creating vivid details. I really thought I was Jarvis, going right along with him, while he tried to piece together to different cases.

I also loved how everything isn’t as it seems and at times it will leave you guessing. There were also times I was hanging off the edge of my seat, hoping and praying that things would work out in the way I wanted them to. Overall, I will say this is a great read, and I highly recommend picking this one up. Cannot wait to read more from R. Weir! 

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