See You Next Tuesday by Ken Harris - Audio review (GIVEAWAY!)
From the Case Files of Steve Rockfish
PI Steve Rockfish's father loses part of his retirement savings in an online romance scam while partner Jawnie McGee handles the firm's newest client who spins a tale of alleged spousal infidelity. Rockfish ignores his current case load and becomes fixated on tracking down those responsible for the fraud. Restitution is coming in the form of cash or broken bones. At the same time, Jawnie's surveillance of the cheating spouse reveals more acts of kindness than sex leading to a client who doesn't want to believe the good news.
Unbeknownst to the partners, each investigative path leads the partners to the Church of the Universal Nurturing II where the fraud is on a cryptocurrency level. Their new SunCoin is marketed as the only post-rapture currency accepted inside the pearly gates. After all, who wants to show up to the after party with out-turned pockets and not get past Heaven's paywall?
Church elders court Rockfish and his new-found Hollywood wealth with an old-fashioned honey pot. The danger level ratchets up as Rockfish counters by sending the firm's two new confidential informants undercover only to find the church's endgame grift is larger and deadlier than anyone expected.
Praise for See You Next Tuesday:
"Action packed and smartly written."
Kevin Somers, GoodReads Review
"Harris has created his own sub-genre with this series, which is a beautiful and unique thing to see. Beloved characters must brave the most dangerous, harrowing journey yet. The suspense woven through this tale is done with a finesse rarely seen, and ensures we stay glued to the page."
Ben Eads, author of Cracked Sky and Hollow Heart
"The second in the Case Files of Steve Rockfish series begins with separate cases involving a cheating husband, a corrupt religious cult, a stockpile of poison gas, and a currency scam. The cases come together in a wild ride worthy of a chase scene in a movie, as the detectives pursue the cult leader in a rip-roaring page turner of an ending."
Carolyn Geduld, author of Take Me Out The Back and Who Shall Live
"Harris takes you on two journeys you hope will never happen to family members but fear it could. The emotional roller coaster you will ride, keeps you reading and hoping the end comes with a taste of sweet revenge. Harris finds a way to weave a story that keeps you turning the pages and wanting more Rockfish."
Stephen W. Briggs, author of Family of Killers-Memoirs of an Assassin
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Ken Harris retired from the FBI, after thirty-two years, as a cybersecurity executive. With over three decades writing intelligence products for senior Government officials, Ken provides unique perspectives on the conventional fast-paced crime thriller. He is the author of the “From the Case Files of Steve Rockfish” series. He spends days with his wife Nicolita, and two Labradors, Shady and Chalupa Batman. Evenings are spent playing Walkabout Mini Golf and cheering on Philadelphia sports. Ken firmly believes Pink Floyd, Irish whiskey and a Montecristo cigar are the only muses necessary. He is a native of New Jersey and currently resides in Northern Virginia.
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Well this was a lot of fun. Loved it! I'm glad I listened to the audio. I know I would have still liked the book but the audio just made it feel real. The characters came alive.
There was a wide variety of characters, all of them done very well! Rockfish was not my favorite, but I still liked him. I loved the way he showed his concern for Jawnie. She was my favorite (with Lynn second, well I am a woman LOL). Jawnie was the new partner. I loved how she was learning on the job. I could see myself liking her in real life. And Raffi, every time Raffi opened his mouth I found myself giggling. What a character. They all made a very good team.
This book was so me! It was f
This book was so me! It was funny, witty, and best of all, sarcastic my favorite! I always connect with a character that is snarky and sarcastic, and this book is full of it! I found myself laughing out loud or at least giggling all through which made for a fun read.
A serious but not so serious crime thriller. Yeah you do kind of figure out what's going on pretty quick but I was so caught up in the quirkiness of the characters that I didn’t even care at this point. And there were a lot of "Oh my gosh" gasping moments to keep the surprises coming.
Bottom line - t
Bottom line - this book was - Entertaining!
Now, I need to go back and listen to book 1 - The Pine Barrens Stratagem - HERE
AUDIO REVIEW - 5 stars for the reader! He did a fantastic job! The voices he did were spot on. I would definitely listen to more from him.
voluntarily posted this review after receiving a copy of this book from Partners in Crime Tours- Thank You!
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