Falling Immortality by Robert Downs


Falling Immortality Reviewed by Jud Hanson

P.I. Casey Holden should have known something wasn’t right when she first entered his office. No sooner did she explain her problem-the unsolved death of her husband Artis two years prior-then she simply gets up and leaves his office. Holden decides to find out more about the case and calls his former partner Ian Jackard. One of the original officers turns out to be none other than Greg Gilman, Holden’s nemesis and the main reason he left the Virginia Beach PD. Gilman makes it very clear that Holden should leave the matter alone, which only makes Holden more determined than ever to solve the case. What he doesn’t know is that he is merely a pawn in a bigger game and that he has to win if he wants to live.

Falling Immortality by Robert Downs is a wild ride from the first page to the last. Casey Holden is the quintessential gumshoe, both fearless and foolish. In this debut novel, Downs has created a character with tremendous potential to grow and evolve. Equally compelling is Det. Ian Jackard, Holden’s former partner and reluctant inside man at the Virginia Beach PD. Bottom line: this series is sure to be a worthy addition to the genre. This novel has truly earned a 5/5 rating.

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