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BOOK REVIEW: DON'T LOOK TWICE
BY ANDREW GROSS
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Ty Hauck’s life surely has not been normal. It was just a year ago that he solved a case involving a bombing at New York’s Grand Central Terminal.
One of the most important things in Ty’s life right now is to spend time with his daughter. He decided they would go for a sail one last time before taking the boat out of the water for the winter. On the way, they stopped to fill their vehicle with gas and pick up some snacks. Sunil, who ran the Exxon station was a good friend to all the guys on the force. Hauck made it a point to always stop there.
As the lady at the register was ringing up their purchases, Hauck heard a screech. A red truck jerked to a stop and the tinted passenger window rolled down. Hauck could not believe what he was seeing. Out of the window came a protruding barrel of a gun. Hauck yelled for everyone to get down. The shooting left one bystander dead and Hauck’s daughter injured. What had just happened? Was Hauck the intended target? Was someone trying to get even with the storeowner?
Ty soon finds out that there is much more here than meets the eye. When he starts to put the clues together, Ty discovers he is involved in a complicated case that is filled with corruption.
Ty is in a race against time to solve this case because he knows his life, as well as family members, are in danger. Is he successful?
Andrew Gross is a master at writing the suspense novel. It is always a special treat to read a book written by this author. This novel starts off with a bang and keeps right on going at a rapid pace. The plot is interesting and it will keep the reader guessing. Ty Hauck is a compelling character. The reader will always know what he is thinking because he does not hold back on his emotions. If you have ever read any novels written by Andrew Gross, you will find Don’t Look Twice at least equal if not better than his previous books.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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