RULES OF CRIME by L. J. Sellers
I have always liked the way L. J. Sellers unwraps a character to give the reader a deeply personal view. Not surprisingly, it’s a difficult feat to sustain with a series character over many books. In RULES OF CRIME, the seventh Wade Jackson story, we get reminders of why we care for Detective Jackson. But—most excellently—L. J. develops an intimate understanding for some new characters alongside reacquainting us with familiars from earlier stories. Several times during the story, I paused to recognize that I really enjoy her writing style.
This is not easy to do: to pause in the middle of an L. J. Sellers story. And the ending blew me right out of the water.
RULES OF CRIME
by L. J. Sellers
Published by Thomas & Mercer