Saturday, March 19, 2016

Review: Deadly Aim by Patricia H. Rushford

This is the first of the Angel Delaney mystery trilogy. The story is about a drug showdown. Cop Angel is in the thick of it as she sees a gun pointed at her. She takes aim and shoots once into shoulder flesh, enough to wound but not kill. Then the victim dies.  Three bullets were found, and Angel's gun is taken, all the officers take a GSR, and all is locked in an evidence locker that Angel no longer has a key to. Then all the evidence goes missing. Who took it?

It gets a 4.5⭐️Even though
1: It is a well written mystery that keeps you going without dragging

2: It has good characters that are well rounded

3: The lawyer is great as are Angel's siblings

4: Callen๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ enough said
5: The lost half star is probably because I hate Brandon. And that is no fault of the author. It's just my personal feelings.

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