The First Shot - E.H. Reinhard

The First Shot

By E.H. Reinhard

  • Release Date: 2016-12-11
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
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From 161 Ratings

Description

The First Shot: Book One in The Lieutenant Kane Dedicated to Death Series
 

For Tampa homicide lieutenant Carl Kane, death is his life. If a single award existed for sinking himself into his work, he’d have two.

But the latest crime scene he’s called to, an old abandoned factory, leaves him with more bodies than leads. Three drug dealers are found shot to death—not an uncommon sight in the least. The problem lies with the pair of middle-aged women—bound, gagged, and executed—found at the same location.

Before he can sink his teeth into the initial investigation, Kane is called out to another multiple homicide. He comes up with only more questions when the second group of murders appears connected to the first.

As the lieutenant tracks down the few leads, he begins to get a clearer picture of those he seeks. That picture quickly turns crystal clear when Kane finds himself face-to-face with someone that “armed and dangerous” doesn’t even begin to describe.

Reviews

  • The first shot

    5
    By getlt
    Great read!!!!!
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    5
    By The boss 49ers3
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  • The first shot

    5
    By Dix252
    Enjoyed it immensely. I like your style and there's not so many characters that you can't remember them. Keep up the good writing. I love the freebies too.
  • The First Shot

    1
    By Natasha (author)
    A very amateurish who done-it with far to many descriptions of worthless and unrelated detail. No character development and first person narrative that read like a grade school English assignment! Sorry.
  • Excellent book

    5
    By Plyboy9999
    Very much enjoyed the story line and writing
  • The First Shot

    4
    By BillieAnn68
    This book almost got a 5 star rating. I took one star away due to bad editing. Aaron McCall says he has worked at a bar for 3 months. Just a few paragraphs later he says he has worked there 6 months. This editing oversight messes with the continuity of the story. It makes the readers think that they may have missed something. Otherwise, this is a very good book.