Thursday, June 7, 2018
Book Review: Cash Plays (Seven of Spades #3) by Cordelia Kingsbridge
Title: Cash Plays (Seven of Spades #3)
Author: Cordelia Kingsbridge
Stars: 3 1\2 out of 5
I started this series in book 3 and this is a series you really need to start from book 1. The book is also a cliffhanger and it looks to be planned that way.
The story progressed at a really slow place for being part of a series. The police and FBI seem completely incompetent at their jobs as they bumble their way though the case.
Where this story should have shinned it fell apart.
Thank you to Netgalley for the advance copy of Cordelia Kingsbridge Cash Plays
The Seven of Spades is back with a vengeance—the vigilante serial killer has resumed their murderous crusade, eluding the police at every turn. But a bloodthirsty killer isn’t the only threat facing Sin City. A devious saboteur is wreaking havoc in Las Vegas’s criminal underworld, and the entire city seems to be barreling toward an all-out gang war.
As Detective Levi Abrams is pushed ever closer to his breaking point, his control over his dangerous rage slips further every day. His relationship with PI Dominic Russo should be a source of comfort, but Dominic is secretly locked in his own downward spiral, confronting a nightmare he can’t bear to reveal.
Las Vegas is floundering. Levi and Dominic’s bond is cracking along the seams. And the Seven of Spades is still playing to win. How many bad hands can Levi and Dominic survive before it’s game over?
June 4th 2018 by Riptide Publishing
About The Author:
As of June 13 2016: After much deliberation and soul-searching, I’ve decided to remove all of my original novels from the internet. There are multiple reasons for this decision, but one of the bigger ones is that if I ever do decide to publish revised versions of these books, I’d like to get them down now before I have a potential influx of new readers.
Boston verse remains on AO3
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