Working with the local police, Mack uses his experience to track down a killer. Although some of the scenes were hard to accept, for the most part this was a well written mystery with an intelligent and humorous protagonist. His dry wit reminded me of Rosenfelt’s Andy Carpenter, but Mack is “in your face brave” while Andy is realistically a bit of a coward.
I enjoyed Mack's relationship with his dad and Kix, and found his treatment of women refreshing. I generally stay away from any books with a religious theme, and this one does bring up religion, but author Lee doesn’t seem to foist it upon us, and it is somewhat necessary to the plot. The plot, which meanders along, kept my interest and made me want to read more of Alan Lee’s writing.
Publisher - Sparkle Press; 2 edition
Date of Publication - April 13, 2015