Hayden Jon Marshall is book number two in the Tommy Keane Series. Bully Press has been kind enough to send me both books in exchange for my honest review. So let’s get to it.
A three year old disappears from a park and no one saw a thing. In a city of millions, where does the investigation begin? Detective Tommy Keane doesn’t even know where to start. Without a clue, the suspect list could be endless.
My Thoughts on Hayden Jon Marshall
I knew this was going to be a great series when I read Sister Margaret. I just had one complaint with it. There needed to be a bit more personality. Thankfully, this gave me that. The characters were more developed and fleshed out. It made the book more real, and it gave it life.
But, above all, the crime is really the meat of this story. And the execution was even better than Sister Margaret. As always, I could tell that someone experienced with the criminal justice system wrote this. It was thought out and researched perfectly. I hate when crime stories are unbelievable, but that’s not a problem with this series.
I really enjoyed Hayden Jon Marshall. I’m going to follow this series closely. It’s going to be a big hit with crime story lovers.
My Rating: 4/5