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River Rats (Johnson & Wilde Crime Mystery Book 2)

by Andy Griffee

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I can't quite put my finger on why I enjoy this series so much. The first one stuck in my mind longer than most, and I enjoyed this one even more. The plot was good, with one little twist at the end but otherwise more of an adventure than a mystery, and the characterization of Nina and Jack in particular was excellent. This was more about living on a boat than travelling the canals on one, and that was interesting without making me want to do it myself.

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