Mark Twain wrote: There is a Moral Sense, and there is an Immoral Sense. History shows us that the Moral Sense enables us to perceive morality and how to avoid it, and that the Immoral Sense enables us to perceive immorality and how to enjoy it.
#4 in Mackenzie August
Category: Modern Detective Mystery
Average Rating: 4.0
Grady Huff, a wealthy and insufferable pain in the neck, killed his cleaning lady and confessed to the crime. No jury in the world could find him innocent and no amount of money can convince Mackenzie August to work for his defense. That is, until Veronica Summer's fiance arrives in Roanoke and joins the prosecution...
Darren Robbins has more on his mind than just convicting Grady -- he's come to collect Veronica. And he's come to settle things with Mackenzie, a reckoning that will certainly spill violence into the streets.
This mystery is just as humorous and quirky as the previous books in this series -- maybe a little too quirky. It requires a bit more suspension of disbelief. The characters are great, though, and Scott Ellis has really made these characters his. His performance is outstanding.
Note: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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