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Blue Pills flooding the streets of Denver. Fentanyl ruining lives; friends and loved ones dying from the synthetic opioid. A football star in search of answers to why one friend is dead and another missing.
Dennis Gash reaching out to Jarvis Mann whose gumshoe days are in the past. The case drawing him out of retirement and into the fray he thought he had left behind. Jarvis rolling up his sleeves, flexing his muscles, and strapping on his 9mm. Hunting for answers, digging deep into the depths of the Lethal Blues.
Going up against dangerous drug dealers and gangsters who only care about their addictive merchandise and protecting their profit. Where death sits around the corner waiting to claim all who dare to challenge them
Jarvis ready to go mano a mano to protect his client from certain death!
Genre: Crime/Thriller/Private Investigator
Series: Jarvis Mann Detective Series
Jarvis Mann is magnetic.
R Weir writes a thrilling crime investigatory tale with Lethal Blues. The minute I read the first Jarvis Mann book, I knew I would want to read more of his escapes, wit, and clear-headedness and a mind for solving crimes dropped in his lap. Mann is one hell of an investigator, and this one, all I can say is wow. The fight this time, is drugs. It relates well to the sign of our times, where opioids and fentanyl are killing people, and the addiction rate is rising, almost as high as its death rate. This book is part of the Jarvis Mann series, and this is volume nine. Though each book is its own case, I recommend reading all of them from the beginning. You get to see Mann go through his cases, you learn about his quirks, and intuition, and even some of his private life. Nothing ever goes as planned, and just when I thought Mann's stories couldn't get any better, I read this one. R Weir shows his character's growth, and his own imagination that we are lucky he puts on paper for us to read and enjoy. Weir's passion for his characters leap off the pages, and that is what a true storyteller can do. Sometimes you have to put the book down, just to take a breath.
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