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Drone: An Eli Quinn Mystery by Robert Roy Britt

Reviewed by Lisa Brown-Gilbert

DroneImmediately absorbing and thoroughly entertaining, Robert Roy Britt’s Drone, the second book in his Eli Quinn detective series, capably resumes the series with the hard-boiled but well-intentioned private detective this time looking to solve a bold attempted murder of a public official.

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This was an entertaining narrative from the beginning, with Eli Quinn, private eye, officially opening his detective agency in the town of Pleasant, Arizona. Pleasant is a small town with seemingly not much going on. But across Arizona a growing population of illegal immigrants become targets of the Sheriff Horace Otto and other unhappy folks. Consequently, morality is thrown aside when the sheriff promotes a program to round up illegal immigrants and an evil element festers in the background.