Friday, February 26, 2016

Clawback: An Ali Reynolds Novel by J.A. Jance

Ali and B. are back again and still sticking their noses in trouble.  This time they have to prove that Ali's father is not a murderer...

Touchstone and Edelweiss gave me the opportunity to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published March 8th.

I always enjoy reading about Ali and her husband's snooping business.  The wonders of technology and hackers abound in their stories and they make the most of what's available to them.  Sometimes they find things that aren't really available but they'll use those, too.

Ali and B. are busy trying to save Bob, who would never kill anyone.  While they are working on that, they also working on who did kill the investment manager and his wife.  Since Bob and his wife lost $1.2 million, they had plenty of motive.  But where did the money go?  And can they get it back?

They know the owner of the company stole it.  What they don't know is that there is a killer working in the same company that kills with no guilt.  As they follow the trail of money and check out the owner and his personal assistant, they find more than they are looking for and the path they are following gets dangerous.

I thought sure the killer was going to get away.  I'm happy to say that those who broke the law will be paying for their crime.  And I'm going to be reading the next book in this series.  The characters are now like old friends and I enjoy a visit every now and again.  If you haven't read this series, it's good.  Ms. Jance keeps you on your toes.  If you're a nail biter, this series will do that to you. 

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