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Posted February 16, 2014
Henry Swann is a P.I. known as a skip tracer but has left that b
Henry Swann is a P.I. known as a skip tracer but has left that business to become a cable guy. When he gets a call from an old friend asking him to find a missing girl, he is pulled back into being a private investigator.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The client is a wealthy lawyer named Carlton Phillips who wants Swann to find his daughter, Marcy. Swann starts his investigation and finds out Marcy has a boyfriend named Sean Loomis. He believes that if he finds Sean, he will find Marcy. Finding Sean is hard to do because he is very intelligent and seems to be one step ahead of Swann all the time. Swann finds a connection to Sean and the sale of well done forgeries of classic literature so he follows that lead.
I really liked Swann and thought his character development was fantastic. I liked that he was not concerned about his own personal appearance or accommodation but was very diligent at his job on finding things for people. I quite enjoyed the description of New York City and it's boroughs, however, throughout the book I found many areas that were overly descriptive with too much detail. I caught myself skimming over parts which isn't something that I normally do.
Won this book in a giveaway.
Posted November 10, 2012
Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings Hired to find a
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Hired to find a daughter, but ending up on an adventure from New York to Boston to London where trying to find the boyfriend and a book may eventually lead this detective into the hands of the daughter in question. I loved this book from page one, I was excited to go on this journey to find out where this daughter had ended up and why she was avoiding her father.
Posted February 15, 2014
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