A Nose For Trouble

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 23 Aug 2018

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I enjoyed this book. It was a quick read for me and it’s not the type of book that I usually read. I would recommend it to others.
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Thank you to NetGalley, BooksGoSocial and the author, Jonathan H Kemp, for the opportunity to read a digital copy of A Nose For Trouble in exchange for an honest and unbiased opinion.
I thought the storyline was well written.  I found that it flowed along nicely and the characters were engaging.  Definitely an author I would read again.
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Max is needing Scanner to use his PI skills to help her find her father. He has gone to Hong Kong and so that is where they are off to first. Dad sells Wisconsin cheese. Hoping to open the market for their product in the Orient. Max has been told Scanner is who she needs to help her. Why him? What is behind all of this? Lobsang a Tibetan who was a very good friend of Scanner's father took him to raise when his parents died. The great part of this story is how the history of both Max and Scanner bring them together. Lots going on in this story.
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For a first book by an author this is very well written. There are quite a few characters, but they are easy to recognize and easy to picture in your mind. Good story, nice flow, a little funny and not much dead weight. Very good reading!
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Need to say it was neither the book or the author that kept me reading but my colleague who told me it has a strong story and a meaningful main character and I have to admit, she is absolutely right.
The beginning was kind of slow but became really interesting and fun in the middle. Thanks to the author. I recommend his work
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