A Killing Sky by Andy Straka (Frank Pavlicek Mysteries #2)

Review: A Killing Sky by Andy Straka (Frank Pavlicek Mysteries #2)

Brash Books claim to publish the best crime novels in existence, and I’m beginning to agree with them. Of the three novels I’ve read from them so far, two of them I’ve given a five star rating. A Killing Sky is five star material to me. The story is the second in a series that follows ex-cop now turned private investigator Frank Pavlicek. This time he’s hired by the daughter of a Virginia Congressman to find her missing twin sister, as she went missing after saying she was going to drive over to her boyfriend’s dorm and break up with him. With only a few leads to pursue, such as a seemingly unrelated hit-and-run that occurred 20 years ago, it’s up to Frank to find the missing twin before it’s too late.

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Fifteen Minutes to Live by Phoef Sutton

Review: Fifteen Minutes to Live by Phoef Sutton

After the death of his parents, Carl moves into his childhood home. He has a lot of memories associated with the place, such as his girlfriend Jesse throwing pebbles at his window during the to get his attention and lure him outside for sex during his teenage years. One night, even though he’s far past his teenage years, he hears the sound of pebbles against the window…and sees Jesse outside. There’s just one problem: she’s been dead for three weeks and he hasn’t seen heard from her in twelve years. Is it really Jesse, and if so, what’s going on? Previously published with a different storyline as “Always Six O’Clock”, this book is sure to get you have you quickly turning the pages until the very end, piecing the story together.

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