Book Review: The Color of Greed, by Jack Thompson
September 24, 2012 by Steve Costello
The Color of Greed by Jack Thompson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I received this book directly from the author, in response to his request for review on Goodreads.com.
This book (first of a series?) is about a well-educated, and independently wealth, private investigator Raja Williams, and his hacker partner Vinny, helping a widow find out the details of her husband’s death on his yacht. The widow has gone through the police, but the death was ruled an accident and the case closed. She however is convinced it was actually murder.
Raja just starts his investigation when his classic car has its brakes tampered with, which starts all the action that follows. That is all I am going to say about the action, so as not to spoil the read.
The characters, dialog, and plot are great. There is plenty of action, political intrigue, criminals, etc., more than enough to keep the reader interested and guessing.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this and look forward to the next in the series.
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