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A Fearsome Moonlight Black

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This book was sent to me by. Etgalley for review…thanks to the publisher for the electronic copy…mystery and intrigue…this book reads like true crime or a television series…this gifted author has written a novel that is intriguing…although the story moves slowly, at times, it does come to a resounding ending…
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I loved the Bruno Johnson series by Mr. Putnam so I was thrilled to receive this ARC.  Once again, Mr. Putnam introduces realistic, well written characters and great dialogue.

I love the writing style; it puts me on location with the boys.  Looking forward to this series.
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A Fearsome Moonlight Black   by David Putnam -- 5 Stars
Publisher: Level Best Books 
ISBN: 978168121501 
This novel is divided into Book 1 and Book 2. In book one, we meet Dave Beckett, a young man serving his six-month probationary period as a police officer. He naively finds himself involved in crimes of murder, suicide, family disputes, and missing persons. Some of these result in fights for his life. They eat away at his personal beliefs. In book two, 8 years later, Dave is a seasoned detective. His views of life have changed. The action becomes more intense as the events of his rookie years resurface, and tie together. The previous crimes and his fellow officers are not as they appeared when Dave was younger. The plot becomes complex and surprising all the way to the conclusion.
I absolutely enjoyed this novel, both book one about a young officer’s experiences and book two when as an older detective he is confronted with his past. I am a fan and anxiously wait for the second book in the series.

Reviewer: Nancy
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