Monday, October 23, 2017

Review: Unpunished

Unpunished Unpunished by Lisa Black
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Book 2 in the Gardiner & Renner series.

This time, Maggie Gardiner, a forensic scientist is called to a crime scene: A body has been found in a newspaper office, an apparent suicide.
Jack Renner is part of the investigation team.
There's a complicated relationship between them, as Renner not only a policeman, but a vigilante, a cop that takes justice in his own hands, and Maggie is the only one that knows it.

As more murders happen, they must find a way to work together without compromising the investigation.

I don't recommend reading this book alone, as there are many references to the first one in the series: "That Darkness".

While I found this a very good book, it took me a long time to "get" into it, and I think I prefer book 1, as I found this one to be on the slow side. There was too much talk about the newspaper industry and how it's slowly dying.

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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