Seeking respite from the life he's led, Jack Daniels - mercenary/ex-CIA operative - steps into a bar to ease his wounded body and troubled soul. Little does he realize that a romance with the beautiful owner of the bar will thrust him back into the life he's trying to forget.
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I've read john Migacz's previous novels, and they both had strong protagonists. But Migacz hit a new high with Jack Daniels, the central character in "A Busman's Holiday." Daniels starts out as an ex-mercenary and CIA operative with a murky past and lots of hang-ups. That was enough to hook me, but then Daniels goes through the most fun character arc. I loved his metamorphasis as he solves a brutal murder and falls in love with Becky Quinn, the pretty owner of a bar. Becky changes even more throughout the story as she becomes his crime-fighting partner. A lot of Jack Daniels rubs off on her... and vive versa. It's nice to have a compelling love story intertwined with a mystery. "A Busman's Holiday" does it in a most satisfying manner