Enzo is a multi-faceted protagonist and the author does a good job helping the reader build a relationship with Lee. He is both serious and funny, and he is determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, even though this isn't his usual type of assignment. The author humanizes Enzo when discussing his love of food and his relationships, and I enjoyed the way he made San Francisco come alive.
Even the most heinous characters (I.e. Steve Walberg...x-military and first character we learn to hate) has back-stories that make them a bit more human too. Sometimes I found the characters a bit stereotypical, but ultimately I was able to move past that and enjoy their contributions to a well developed story.
Although there was nothing particularly new in the plot, Robert Lowe did a good job with the storyline, and I will certainly go back and find the first book in this series.
Publisher - Amazon Digital Services
Date of Publication - November 17, 2013