*I was sent this book free of charge so I could read it and create this review*
Reading Cary Allan Stone's next instalment in the Jake Roberts series was more enjoyable than the first one. The story flowed coherently, the characters were well rounded (bonus - I knew most of them from the previous book), and the third person switches were much easier to follow.
I really enjoyed this detective story. Another book where you know what happened and who's committing the murders right from the beginning. It was very enjoyable to follow Roberts along in his quest to figure out "whodunit."
I'm not sure if it's due to the author having more writing experience, but I had a much easier and enjoyable time reading this book. There were still some comma placement issues, and a few areas where I had to read a sentence over again, but much better writing and grammar use in this story.
There are 2 more books that follow Jake Roberts - I have both to read yet and I'm looking forward to them! Mr. Stone has created a great character (and he's killed off a few great characters too!) and I hope his next "situations" are as riveting as I found this one.