Even with three suspects, an ex-husband who lives to play softball, a sexist pig ex-employee and a mystery man who he encounters with painful results, Jarvis believes it’s all in Emily’s head until a killing in her home convinces him otherwise.
Further complicating matters a powerful business man and crime boss becomes involved muddying up the case, leaving Jarvis the prime suspect in the brutal beating of one of the possible stalkers, threatening to put his PI career on ice.
Navigating through each twist and turn in the case, and the affections of two desirable women both with an agenda, Jarvis uses dogged determination and razor sharp wit in Tracking a Shadow that moves across the Denver landscape with each shift in the sun.
Tracking A Shadow - available at Amazon.com
- File Size: 1361 KB
- Print Length: 221 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500827134
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
- Language: English
This novel is rated as Ace Detective – meaning it is a must read and needs to be added to your library.
This book satisfied my craving for a good detective novel. I do not want to spoil it for future readers but this book was well written with an outstanding plot. The twists and turns come at you often and I must tell you to please pay attention to details. R. Weir pulls you in with the main character Jarvis Mann, a very knowledgeable PI, carries a gun, very funny and knows how to handle himself in confrontational situations unlike one of my favorite characters, Stanley Hasting, created by Parnell Hall.
The characters and plot where well developed. R. Weir used great imagery and description. Describing the scenery of Colorado and climate made me feel like was actually there. I am glad that R. Weir made this a series and can't wait to see what other adventures are in store for Jarvis Mann.