Perfect Trust – M.R. Sellars

Perfect Trust: A Rowan Gant Investigation
M.R. Sellars
E.M.A. Mysteries, 2002
369 pages

This is the third of the Rowan Gant series. It’s different from the first two; there’s more psychology and high weirdness, and less action. It took me til about 2/3 of the way through the book to really get into it, but it was worth it.

It’s fun getting into a character’s head–in this case, Rowan–and seeing just how close to insanity he can get without falling over the edge–or knowing the reason.

The thing I’ve learned, though, with mysteries in general, is to pay attention to detail. I won’t say anything more than that. But with this one, everything snapped into focus within the last couple of chapters. There’s one detail that’ll throw you for a loop, though!

Overall, another good book! Not as easy for me to read as the others, but still, worth the money.

Five pawprints out of five.

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