#DOUBLE SCOTCH by Steven Henry


A fast-moving action and quick read that hold your attention throughout the book as Erin O’Reilly and Rolf are working to solve 2 cases in the fourth book of this series. This is a good police procedural showing the work of a K-9 dog.

Two men bodies are found in the rocks in New York’s harbor. The Special Crime Unit was called to investigate the death. The men have been tortured and killed education style. Erin is visiting the Corner Pub when bullets and an explosion occur. As the investigation continues Erin is told to look into the death of a young girl found in a locked room that looks like suicide. Is a serial killer at work? Rolf is able to pinpoint the smile of the perfume. Will Erin end up like this girl?

Meanwhile, members of the Special Crime Unit discover that the killer is probably a German wanted by Interpol. Again Rolf is able to show Erin where the killer is to be found. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND of for a fast easy read.

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