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In the third entry to the series, Alaska P.I. Cecil Younger is fresh out of rehab, sporting a fresh head wound, with a child custody case from hell, and with the clients to match.

Confrontational and obsessed, Priscilla DeAngelo is sure her ex is conspiring with a state senator to wrest her son from her, and thus, hires Cecil Younger to investigate.This is the first time Younger has to deal with lawyers in flashy suits and overused paper shredders. 

When she storms off to Juneau for a showdown, Younger's custody case swiftly turns into a murder. Younger is fired from the defense team, but he can't stop thinking about the case, and keeps on with the investigation alone.

He's not sure what keeps him bulldogging the case - is it Priscilla's sister (his lost love)? His regard for truth as a rare commodity? Or the head injury Priscilla's ex gave him? One thing he knows: He won't let go until it's solved, even if it kills him.

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  • Clifford K.
  • 04-11-2020

another good book in the series

A great book that talks about Alaska and uses the setting to offer some insight about the ins and outs of some of the major cities and towns and the coastline. we glimpse at some of the past of one of the major characters and it shows the complexity of family Dynamics. It also has a somewhat positive ending and so many of these type of books they're so dark and they stay dark up until the end. A fun read, that you could read standalone but you would get more enjoyment by reading the earlier books.

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