Thursday, March 13, 2014

Peter Leonard Eyes Closed Tight Blog Tour with Review

I am so excited to have Peter here at Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews with a Review.

Thanks Peter and Meryl Moss Media Relations for allowing me to join your Eyes Closed Tight Blog Tour!

O'Clair is a former Detroit homicide investigator who now owns a motel in Pompano Beach, Florida in his retirement. He runs the place with his much younger girlfriend, Virginia, who's a knockout and can fix anything. One morning, he’s cleaning up after the previous night’s partiers when he sees a lovely young woman stretched out asleep on a lounge chair. He shakes her gently. Then he touches her neck and feels for a pulse. There isn't one. Her skin is cold, body starting to stiffen, definitely in the early stages of rigor.

When a second girl is murdered, O'Clair knows someone is trying to send him a message. The way the girls are killed reminds O'Clair of a case he investigated years earlier. Now convinced the Pompano murders are related, O'Clair returns to Detroit Police Homicide to review the murder file and try to figure out what he might have missed.

And when Virginia is kidnapped by the killer, the stakes grow exponentially higher.

The most powerful work to date by one of the most thrilling suspense novelists of our time, EYES CLOSED TIGHT is relentless, surprising, and deeply satisfying.

My Review:

O'Claire is a former Detroit investigator who has moved to Florida, opened up a motel and has a much younger girlfriend Virginia who knows how to fix things. When he finds a dead body of girl which resembles a case he was involved in Detroit he offers his help. The murderer was caught, sent to prison and the case was marked as solved.

When he finds another body on his property he discovers it's definitely related to his earlier case. 

The investigation takes him back to his old detachment to look over the case file, evidence and to re-question former people.

This book is quite suspenseful, a cast of interesting characters that may or may not be involved in the case and full of twists and turns.


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