the stories keep getting better and better a terrific read a 5 star
It was okay, but the climax was a bit flat. I have really enjoyed all the other "Sheriff Brady" novels. The story itself was good, but the pace was maybe a bit slow.
Jance keeps churning those books out and I keep loving them. In the 19th Joanna Brady book there’s a lot going on including an officer involved shooting and Jenny, Joanna’s daughter is no at college. Her roommate has become the target of nasty internet dating sexting and then sextortion scheme. With two young children at home, a busy job as sheriff and Christmas arriving soon, Joanna has her hands full. Its another solid Brady novel.
Joanna Brady is back and better than ever. The character development in this series continues to be top notch -- and not just for Joanna. Her family and county employees are not forgotten. As is usual for a book in this series, there is not much time for Joanna to coast. She has a key employee retiring, an officer involved in a shooting, concerns about an unfit mother, misogynist men from other agencies to deal with, and then her daughter's roommate is the victim of sextortion. I breezed through this one and all things were tied up quite neatly by the end. One thing I am confused about, though, is the title. It just does not seem to fit with the narrative as a whole. The book itself, though, is one of the best so far and as the wife of a LEO and mother of one as well, I appreciate books that shed light on what it is like to work in that world.
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