Gibby does a good job of weaving multiple viewpoints
The author, Darin Gibby, sent me a copy of this book to review. I’m very picky about novels set in the ancient world so at first I was concerned but the story quickly moved on to the modern world where we meet our main character, Reggie Alexander. Father, adopted son, and cursed by a dark family secret he is ashamed to discuss even with his wife, Reggie’s life is about to get much worse as he caught up in the murder investigation of his adopted father’s death. Scientist and born-again Christian Walter Trudell’s last patent was about far more than medical devices. His son, Reggie, soon finds himself questioning who he can trust as he is trapped between the elite Vintage Club, and Captain Damhoff of the police department. Gibby navigates his complex motivations for all of the major players quite well. Gibby does a good job of weaving multiple viewpoints, driving the plot quickly to an intense conclusion. There is a bit of mystery left over and a hint that Reggie might want to continue his father’s work but overall this is a good solid novel that really doesn’t need to be continued.
TammyJo Eckhart “TammyJo Eckhart”,
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