by L.J. Sellers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I’m not exactly unbiased on the topic of L.J. Sellers’ Detective Wade Jackson series. I’ve read and loved all eleven books and reviewed several glowingly on this blog (for example, Crimes of Memory and Rules of Crime). Let me see if I can explain why I’m such a fan by reviewing Sellers’ latest, Death Deserved(Thomas & Mercer 2016).
In this story, Detective Jackson must juggle the murder of a worker at a marijuana store with the possible poisoning of his boss and a what he fears is a recurrence of a personal health problem. The story is well-conceived, topical in its insights into the growing and selling of legal marijuana, with tightly-woven plots and subplots that build throughout the story, never distracting from each other, until we reach a final unpredictable conclusion. Sellers’ signature…
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