Review: Mann in the Crossfire: A Jarvis Mann Hardboiled Detective Mystery Novel by R. Weir
by R. Weir
Publication Date: March 25th, 2019
Rating: 5 stars
Is this the end for PI Jarvis Mann?
A surprising murder of an associate
Sends Jarvis on a trip to San Diego to investigate
A trail of clues direct him to a gang member who wants him eliminated
While a local detective agency is hot on his tail with nefarious plans of their own
Battered and beaten, Jarvis battles to forge on, tracking the evidence
Directing him to a dangerous discovery that he may not be able to fight his way out of
Desperate for backup, with nowhere else to turn
He enlists lethal foes to render essential aid
Will these illicit associations spell the end of his career and possibly his life…
For Jarvis is truly a Mann in the Crossfire.
Man in the Crossfire is everything you want to read when it comes to Jarvis Mann. With every book of this series, things just keep getting better and better. I was completely sucked into the world of mystery, and as always, I felt I was tagging right along with Jarvis throughout the entire book.
I’ve always enjoyed R. Weir’s novels, and this one was no different. There is so much mystery, suspense, and at times I was hanging off the edge of my seat, waiting to see what would happen next. I’m always a sucker for good mystery, and I can say, this one totally nailed it for me.
I highly recommend checking this book out, and all the others in this series. The best part? All of R. Weir’s books can be read as standalones, but I would start with the first book, since this is such a fantastic series.