I enjoyed Eggleston's character development throughout the book. Trip has several facets to his personality and the author helps us appreciate his trials and tribulations as the story progresses. We see him try to solve past and present cases with the help of those around him. This book is classified as a thriller and seems to fill that bill. I relish books that keep me guessing, and this one did. There was almost too much confusion as I tried to figure out what happened in the past, but the author does a good job of laying it all out for the reader in the final chapter and epilogue.
Although I have not become as attached to Trip Splatter as I have to Myron Bolitar, Andy Carpenter, or Dismas Hardy, I will be looking for the next in this series. This author definitely has the potential to have a very successful series with an oddly likable protagonist.
Publisher - 21st Century Lion Books
Date of Publication - October 9, 2014