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All In by JP Jordan book review

  • Tue, July 13, 2021 7:16 AM
    Message # 10748220
    Lisa Lickel (Administrator)

    All In by J.P. Jordan

    murder mystery/crime, detective, 309 pp.

    August 3, 2021, TEN 16 Press

    Reviewed by S. Lee Glick, https://sleeglick.com

    Diamonds, gold, beer and brats.

    J. P. Jordan’s new novel All In has those factors and more! The author’s vast knowledge of the insurance world, no doubt, added to the reality of the book.

    Jewelry stores are being robbed in Wisconsin? During the heists, robbers gain daring and boldness with each theft. The drama moves quickly with the question of whether the detectives, Nowinske and his young rookie detective Anissa, will be able to stop this den of thieves, which is led by the ruthless boogeyman. This is the drama of the novel.

    The characters are genuine and likeable. And I would like to see the author continue with Nowinske and Anissa into further adventures. His book carries a fast pace, front to back. The chapters float by. I never found myself questioning how many pages were left to read.

    If you enjoy murder mystery and suspense like I do. I highly recommend All In. I would be remiss If I did not mention that a photo of Nadia on the cover in her red dinner dress would add a nice touch. That shall be left for our minds to gather.

     All In was well edited. I found no mistakes.

    Reviewer S Lee Glick lives in southern Wisconsin. He loves buying and reading books. His library tops over 1,000 titles. He  is the author of Six Haunting Tales, a collection of short horror stories, and The Testament (Atmosphere Press, 2019), a paranormal mystery tinged with horror and noir.

    Last modified: Tue, July 13, 2021 1:36 PM | Lisa Lickel (Administrator)

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