Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Reviews ... Nick Hammer - Blood Money & Nick Hammer - The Lost Girls

Reviews … Nick Hammer – Blood Money & Nick Hammer – The Lost Girls 

By on September 15, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
Blood Money is a quick book that you can read in a few hours, but the author packed in the drama and character development. This book kept me hooked, turning each page to find out what happened next. I can't wait to see what Nick and Mags tackle next.

5.0 out of 5 stars  Engaging Private Eye
By on October 21, 2017
Format: Paperback|Verified Purchase
This crime novella is indeed a page-turner. Nick Hammer is a crusty, beer-drinking ex-cop with a cold case to solve and an ax to grind. Despite his gruff exterior, Hammer is a decent man and a likeable character. The repartee between him and his reluctantly accepted partner is entertaining; the story combines wit and suspense in an engaging combination.

By on 7 November 2017
Format: Paperback|Verified Purchase
Great book! So easy to read but at the same time I wanted to take it really slow as I didn’t want it to end. Really happy there is another one out “The Lost Girls”. Highly recommend it!

5.0 out of 5 stars A Really Nasty Business
By on 3 November 2017 - Published on
Verified Purchase
This novella starts with a very dysfunctional family, a member of which has gotten involved in a nasty business. She’s just a cog in the machine, however, of a major sex-slave market operation. Nick Hammer and his trusty side-kick Mags Gomez get pulled into the case, indirectly by their mystery helpers from a previous case. We find out more about Watershed, while Hammer and Gomez start investigating the case of a missing teenager, which ends up costing Gomez a lot. The working relationship between the two heroes develops, and the banter between the two of them, and between these uninhibited Texans and their more urbane clients is entertaining. The action is fast-paced, making this a fun, just-one-more-chapter read. 

The first three reviews are for Blood Money.  The fourth review is for The Lost Girls.  All reviews can be found on Amazon.  

                                                Terry Unger 2017


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