Joplin/Halloran Mysteries, Book Three
Outgoing Atlanta attorney Tom Halloran and prone-to-the-blue-funks death investigator Hollis Joplin are thrown together once again when cases they’re working on independently prove to have striking similarities: the victims were white women, seemingly murdered by their black male partners, both of them prominent members of the Atlanta community. As racial tensions rise, it’s up to Tom and Hollis to expose the true villains.
Note: this is the third book in a series but you won’t be lost if you haven’t read books one or two.
This is a brilliant read. Wonderful well written plot and story line that had me engaged from the start. Love the well fleshed out characters and found them believeable. Great suspense and action with wonderful world building. Can't wait to read what the author brings out next. Recommend reading.
Once again P.L. Doss kept me on the edge of my seat. I have read all three books and they were all page turners. And as always the ending was a total surprise. I have really enjoyed this series about Halloran and Joplin. Hope there will be a 4th book. These characters are great and throughly entertaining.
This is the third and latest book in a series by P.L. Doss and it is, just like the first two, a thrilling ride! Doss manages to be topical, culturally relevant AND entertaining in each of her novels. While the story about a young woman's mysterious murder pulls you in, and the dialogue and banter between the main, recurring series' characters - Hollis Joplin, Carrie Salinger, Tom and Maggie Halloran- is always entertaining (and can remind you of your own relationships), Doss' criminal justice background and all of her research regarding forensics and murder investigations shines through. If you are looking for a page-turning, well-written and thought-provoking book, this is for you. And while you don't necessarily need to read the first two in the series, "Enough Rope" and "Blood Will Tell", it is even more fun of a ride if you do!