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by laura DiSilverio
Swift Justice - Laura DiSilverio. I read this book because of a challenge that I'm doing that required that I read a book that took place in my hometown (Colorado Springs).
carousel previous carousel next. Swift Justice - Laura DiSilverio. The local references were a lot of fun to read about including the victim who attended the same high school as my husband. Without the local flair I still found this book an entertaining and fun quick read and am not opposed to reading the others in the series.
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Printed in the United States of America. For information, address St. Martin’s Press, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, . Design by Kathryn Parise. DiSilverio, Laura A. H.
With a brick front and white siding, it looked like it’d been built in the seventies and well maintained. a Tercel and a tan Chevy pickup, neither new. A strange burbling noise puzzled me until I realized it was chickens clucking from the backyard. Maybe the Sprouses had a coop. When I rang the doorbell, a woman I assumed was Patricia Sprouse answered. Her reddened and puffy eyes and the lank hair straggling to her drooping shoulders convinced me she was the dead girl’s mother
Charlotte Charlie Swift prefers working alone. Swift Justice: A Mystery (Thomas Dunne Books) Larger Print.
Swift Justice: A Mystery (Thomas Dunne Books) Larger Print. Book in the A Charlie Swift Mystery Series).
A mystery"-Dust jacket. When her silent partner flees the the country, leaving his socialite wife Gigi with a half interest in the business, Charlie must find a way to cope with her while also investigating the case of an abandoned baby.
Swift Justice manages to be serious and funny at the same time. While the plot has some very serious topics, DiSilverio lightens the tone through scenes with Gigi, who's always good for a laugh. One of the best aspects of the book is Charlie's relationship with cop Connor Montgomery, because it turns the clichéd cop/P. Laura DiSilverio spent twenty years as an Air Force intelligence officer--serving as a squadron commander, with the National Reconnaissance Office, and with a fighter wing--before retiring to parent and write full time.
Current mystery writer.
Charlotte Charlie Swift prefers working alone.
I bought Swift Justice after a recommendation from a mystery booklist and boy, was it correct! . In these Swift books, I found the main character to be unlikeable (downright obnoxious and unkind) which ruined the story for me! Ended up not finishing first one and donating all to Library.
I bought Swift Justice after a recommendation from a mystery booklist and boy, was it correct! Definitely an enjoyable read: the characters are just that: "characters" and the story was written without too much gore, which works well for me. I liked it so much that I just bought the second in the series even though the Kindle price is outrageous.
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