A Measure of Darkness by Jonathan Kellerman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
A great weekend read in front of your fireplace sipping the liquid you prefer to warm you innards. This contemporary story takes off in a neighbor experiencing a renaissance. It is takes the reader down a few rabbit holes and leads you through a few dark allies, but it isn't boring. Deputy Corner Clay Edison doesn't just work the crime scene and the lab. This ex-cop follows his instincts and joins forces with Detective Nwado. Together, they follow the evidence. Enjoy a good read.
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