Dirty Secretby Rhys Ford
A Cole McGinnis Mystery
Loving Kim Jae-Min isn’t always easy: Jae is gun-shy about being openly homosexual. Ex-cop turned private investigator Cole McGinnis doesn’t know any other way to be. Still, he understands where Jae is coming from. Traditional Korean men aren’t gay—at least/b>/i>/b>/i>
Sequel to Dirty Kiss
A Cole McGinnis Mystery
Loving Kim Jae-Min isn’t always easy: Jae is gun-shy about being openly homosexual. Ex-cop turned private investigator Cole McGinnis doesn’t know any other way to be. Still, he understands where Jae is coming from. Traditional Korean men aren’t gay—at least not usually where people can see them.
But Cole can’t spend too much time unraveling his boyfriend’s issues. He has a job to do. When a singer named Scarlet asks him to help find Park Dae-Hoon, a gay Korean man who disappeared nearly two decades ago, Cole finds himself submerged in the tangled world of rich Korean families, where obligation and politics mean sacrificing happiness to preserve corporate empires. Soon the bodies start piling up without rhyme or reason. With every step Cole takes toward locating Park Dae-Hoon, another person meets their demise—and someone Cole loves could be next on the murderer’s list.
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Very, very good.
Great story, love the messes Cole gets into
Cole McGinnis must be the only private investigator out there who will deal with the Koreans! No, seriously, I know that he has been approached because of his previous dealings! The second in the series deals with more mystery and mayhem, with people getting shot at (and in some cases) and killed. Once again full of action, it did become harder to keep all the Korean names straight in my head, over who was who! Still, a very good addition to the series. * I received this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I purchased both the audio and ebook copy of this book. This is book two, and it was over a year ago that I listened to book one, but as soon as I started reading it, I picked it right up where I left off. I had already LISTENED to it, but it was at a time my reviews weren't happening and so I didn't write one. Given the opportunity to read the other books in the series, for review, I jumped straight in and READ it. And it is as glorious in ebook as it was in audio! All the while, I could hear Greg Tremblay chatting away, in my ear, as I was reading. Because thats what it felt like, as in book one, I'm just sitting here, having a chat with Cole McGinnis about his job! But I know some of my words were pronounced wrong, the names mostly. But Cole has a hard time here, he gets shot at, a lot. There is, come to think of it, a lot of shooting in this one, genereally, and not just at Cole. Poor Claudia bears the brunt of it. Jae and Cole are moving along in their relationship, and even though Jae asks Cole not to say it, he does. And it made me cry, that scene. And yes, even though its single person POV, I don't care! I have books 3, 4, 5 and 6 to read next. Good job I have the week off work! 5 stars for the book, 5 for the narration 5 overall. **same worded review will appear on Goodreads, Audible.co.uk, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, and Barnes and Noble**