Russian Roulette by Mike Faricy
No one is surprised when dysfuntional PI Devlin Haskell ends up in bed with his latest client. But, he hasn’t the foggiest notion she’s just signed him up with the Russian mob. Their ‘special’ relationship quickly finds Dev at odds with local police and an FBI task force investigating human trafficking. In the process he places a foot firmly on both sides of the law. He’s shot, beaten, car bombed, and used as a human shield, all in the name of justice, at least as he sees it.
An entertaining tale of rank ineptitude and one night stands. Russian Roulette is another fast paced, engrossing read from the Master of the Bizarre, Mike Faricy.
My Review: 5 out of 5 stars. I’m not typically drawn towards male authors. I think I’ve read only 3 male authors. That’s probably pretty sad, but it is what it is. I saw #4 book by Mike in one of my daily book bub emails. I grabbed it up because it sounded intriguing. I love a good PI story. Anyways, I can’t start a series at book #4, so I bought Book #1 to see if it would be something I’d be interested in. I read his book in 2 days. I enjoyed his PI, Dev (aka Devlin). I enjoyed the trouble he got into and I’m looking forward to seeing what Mike has up his sleeves for Dev. If you are into PI stories, this one is worth reading!
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