Murder is happening, it's a hacker, so another hacker from jail is to help catch the killer
I was sucked in immediately and had to force myself not to finish this all in one sitting, because I do have responsibilities. However, I finished it in less than 24 hours. I kept thinking I knew what was going on but then something else wild happened and throw me off. The ending…oh the ending. I had a slight feeling I knew who the killer was but didn‘t trust myself and put it out of my mind, always trust your gut!! Book #54 in 2022
The final installment in A Royal Guide to Monster Slaying series was a great ending to the pentology. (Is there such a word? 5-book series.. think on it.) We met number of new "monsters" and came to see that humans can be just as monstrous as they are. #54-2022
First was better, but it‘s still really good. And apparently a series? (Based on that ending there‘d better be more) Lots of Cuban/Miamian culture, some nice Spanish thrown in. Sal lives with diabetes and the author handles that well, making it important and no big deal at the same time. It‘s more sci-fi (AIs/multiverse) than most of the RR Presents I‘ve read. And a lot of potty humor (there‘s literally a sentient toilet).
Another entertaining book (#54!) in the In Death series. These last few have been great mysteries and easier to pick up even if you haven‘t read any of the series. Eve & Roarke and the whole gang are there. A little slower start, but a satisfying twist. 4⭐️
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This is #54 in the series and I still really enjoy the books. It also is fascinating to see some of the things that seemed so futuristic when I read the first books, (video phone calls for example) now common place. If you love mysteries with a touch of romance you are in for a treat with this large series. Start with “Naked in Death“ which is the first one. I gave it 4.5/5 stars and bow to the genius of Nora Roberts for keeping me entertained.