Jul 092014
Review: AyJay’s MillionsAyJay's Millions by Jack Wassermann
Published by Self published on Oct 13, 2011
Genres: Adult, Mystery
Format: Paperback from Author
Find the book: Amazon, Goodreads
Rating: three-stars

A. J. Carlin is a paraplegic private investigator trying to solve a New York double homicide. She has been hired by Eddie Dahlgren to find his wealthy niece and boyfriend; she's investigating the death of a friend, and she's dealing with problems of her own - including a possible million dollar inheritance. Will A.J. be able to track down the killer before the next victim falls prey? Or will the twisted truth lead her towards a more dangerous outcome?

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

This is a very classicly dark noir feeling PI story. There is a uniqueness in the paraplegic female lead, but the overall feeling is very familiar.

AyJay is a very strong character. She’s very capable of looking after herself, and has a quip or one-liner for every situation. At times it felt a little overdone, but overall, she was entertaining.

The plotline has a very twists and turns that were not easily guessed. Partly because the connections between things were very hidden, and partly because I enjoyed just going with the flow, without trying to guess what was coming.

Overall, if you enjoy noir style mysteries, I’d suggest taking a peek at this story. The main character is a very strong, albeit physically handicapped, woman who knows how to get things done.

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