Mark Twain wrote: Few of us can stand prosperity. Another man's, I mean.
#1 in Mason Black
Category: Modern Detective Mystery
Average Rating: 1.0
After handing in his detective badge, Mason Black now lives a stable life as a private investigator. But when the bodies of two children are discovered with messages written in blood, the pattern of a familiar killer emerges.
Now, the Carter twins are missing, and only Mason can help. With his unique knowledge of the killer, he has an advantage over the San Francisco Police Department. While his marriage falls apart, he must choose between repairing his life or opening doors that were meant to stay closed. There's just one problem; neither solution will restore his faith in humanity.
Is Nicholls for real? This story is packed with clichés and stereotypes. It's so trite, it's almost embarrassing. The characters are poorly developed and the dialog is lame. The whole story is predictable and unrealistic. To top it off, it's unfinished. Disgraceful!
And Andrew Tell's overly dramatic performance only serves to emphasize the ridiculousness of this story. It's utterly disappointing.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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