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Panic (A Leopold Blake Thriller #2)

by Nick Stephenson

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Nick Stephenson is a new read for me and I thoroughly enjoyed it. He moved things along quickly and kept you guessing. Woven in the story there was murder, mystery and humor. You can’t take it serious because the law enforcement wouldn’t have someone like the main character, Leopold Blake, get away with everything he did but it sure makes for good reading. I think Stephenson did a great job of developing all of the characters especially the main one Leopold Blake. Each of the characters were nicely developed along with all the scenes within the story. Some of it were very detailed in all the weapons used.

This book was about three murderers and a high-profile kidnapping. The police weren’t doing a great job on finding out who done it but Leopold Blake sets in and gets the ball moving. He and one of the NYC finest along with Leopold’s trusted bodyguard try to uncover the truth of what was going on with the murders and kidnapping before it was too late. Its setting also shows all the political corruption within the city.

I really enjoyed the book and it won’t be the last of Stephen’s books. I will now go back to read the first of A Private Investigator Series of Crime and Suspense Thrillers and look forward to reading them all. ( )
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