In Joe Konrath's Bloody Mary, the second installment of the Jack Daniels mystery series, there was a serial killer on the loose, who had a sick, twisted and perverted way of killing people. With a hint of humor, Jack dealt with her ex and her new boyfriend, her partner's appetites for sex and food, and her mom's health, while she was on the run, when they found out, it was one of their own who was killing people, who had framed his boss, and fooled everyone at court, with a blood-thirsty twist for revenge. It was now up to Jack Daniels to bring him down, once and for all.
This was another fantastic Jack Daniels mystery. I love the cover and the storyline. I did feel bad for Jack, when she was overwhelmed between her personal and professional life. I liked the Chicago backdrop for the location for the series--forgot to mention it in Whiskey Sour. I didn't like the slightest touch of police corruption, which left a bad taste in my mouth. Reading this light and witty mystery was like having an adrenalin rush. Good drama, nice concept, and good action with a hint of romance.
This Bloody Mary is on the house! Go out and grab a copy today!
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