Angel, Falling

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Young women disappear with depressing regularity in the Southern city of Atlanta, Georgia. Unfortunately, no one really cares if they ever show up again. Private detective Bennett Cole knows this better than most. He's had his share of tough cases that didn't turn out so well, and he'd rather not take this latest one on. But when the friend of a missing young woman named Angel asks him to find her More

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Published: June 27, 2013
Words: 60,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301119769
About Larry Patrick Shriner

Larry Patrick Shriner was raised on the West Central coast of Florida. He made his home there for many years before moving to Durham, North Carolina, where he lives with his wife Elaine. Epilogue for Murder is his first novel. Angel, Falling is the second in the Bennett Cole private detective series. Both are available in bookstores, as well as online sites such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble in ebook and paperback versions. A third book, Shadowstalker, is now available as an ebook and paperback book. He is currently at work on a new book, Return from Nowhere, set in Hatteras Village on the North Carolina Outer Banks

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Review by: Susan Larsen on Oct. 03, 2013 : star star star star star
Definitely worth the read.
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Review by: Blaine Zaid on Sep. 09, 2013 : star star star star
There are a slew of private detective novels out there, but this story is faithfully styled to appeal to readers who enjoy the genre. The main character, a private shamus named Cole, jumps from one questionable move to another, whilst trying to solve the mystery of a missing young dancer. He confides his shortcomings and doubts along the way, although there is no doubt (as in most private dick stories) that he'll triumph in the end. In the last 1/4 of the novel, there is a bit of repetition. I liked this one overall , and it isn't overly verbose or drawn out, making for a quick entertaining read.
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Review by: Cherime MacFarlane on Aug. 06, 2013 : star star star star star
Good read. I enjoyed this book very much. Well written.
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Review by: tomtom vicky on July 16, 2013 : star star star star star
I enjoyed reading Angel, Falling. I love attention to detail, which makes the story far more engrossing. To be recommended.
A full five stars for sure.
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Review by: Clair Roxanna on July 11, 2013 : star star star star
Angel, Falling is an okay read, but if all the excessive unrelated descriptions and filler were taken out it would be a short read. I would like to rate it a 3.5 but that's not possible so it gets a 4.0 because it's better than a 3.0. Editing is fair, better than most but still needs work.
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Review by: Kellie Read on July 11, 2013 : star star star star star
I must say this was a very good book, it had me from the first chapter, they are short but sooo good... I give it 5 stars even though it made me want to get up and fix a pot if coffee,lol I do highly recommend it and hoping that there is a 2nd book in the works!!! Well worth it! Loved it!!!
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