My review of Wounded Animals (Whistleblower Book 1) by Jim Heskett.
rating 5 of 5 stars
format Paperback (edit)
After reading Jim Heskett's short story collection, I jumped at the opportunity to get my hands onto this new release. Jim did not disappoint!
Continuing in his easy to read style, the first introduction to the Hero, and subsequently a super intriguing character, I was stuck and greedily read the entire book in one go.
I was bound to this book, grumbling and growling along with main man, Candle Tucker, in frustration and confusion - going through the various emotions [and even considered having a drink with the guy!] while trying to put his life back together.
The write-up does not begin to tell you what this book contains by way of entertainment. It is a mystery, a thriller, an emotional rollercoaster with the ever present rooting to have love conquer all!
I don't consider myself a reader of this genre, but I am positively invigorated by Jim's writing skill and story-telling style. I can't wait to read the rest - and while this book ends on a perceived positive note, it leaves you with enough questions to want to hurry the Author along to the next one!
Thank you Jim, for providing a bit of swagger to my reading - almost Bond style!