I know it has been awhile since I have posted a reveiw and the last one was also by R. Weir but please do forgive me I have been reading but you know how life gets in the way sometimes. Now with that said I am going to jump right into it.
- File Size: 1512 KB
- Print Length: 53 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 24, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Wow!!! Where do i start? This story is so well written and filled with all the right elements that a great author lays on paper for you to see. It is not far from the Christmas holidays and Jarvis is going through his normal routine, and reflecting on his last case and death of his brother when he gets a knock at the door from a homeless man.
Jarvis takes on this case since things are a bit slow and does it for free out of the kindness of his heart; thinking that nothing would come of this but little as he realizes he will be on a case that takes him on a wild ride. This ride will lead Jarvis to help the homeless, which consist mosly of our country's veterans, becoming part of the homeless community himself, going toe to toe with two sets of thugs, going up again a money hungry company that will do anything to make a profit, and in the end with his lawyer friend Barry save a shelter and the people who depend on it for their survival. A very intriguing story I must say and i did not even spoil it for you.
Thank you once again R. Weir for bringing us yet another classic in short story form. Hint: Do you think we will see Barry in his own series; you know, anew school Perry Mason - just throwing that out there as I know it would do well also.
I rreceived a free copy of The Case of the Invisible Souls: A Jarvis Mann Detective Short Story for a honest review.