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Model Investigator

Friday, August 27, 2021

Model Investigator (2017) Lissa Kasey (Haven Investigations)

Model InvestigatorBack to Ollie, this book takes off after the events of the previous book–which ended on a cliffhanger.

First and foremost, this is one of the few mysteries I’ve ever read that actually has characters deal with some of the real-life consequences of repeated concussion.

The sparkles around the edges of my vision were sort of becoming the norm. I didn’t really notice them much anymore unless I was trying to find something and got distracted by them, like I was in that moment as I stood in my bedroom closet. It was like if I stared long enough at the edges, the sparkle would fade. Only it never did, it sort of intensified the longer I focused on it, eating away at my vision until eventually I’d lose use of at least one eye. Sometimes both.

Ollie’s second serious concussion only a few months after his previous causes serious and long-term damage.

Also, the mystery continues. I’ve barely mentioned the mystery in these reviews, because I love the interactions and relationships in these stories so very much, but the mystery is also worth noting. Here Ollie is trying to figure out why everyone thinks Kade was a monster who beat people up and tortured animals.

But as with the previous books, Kade and Ollie are still trying to protect each other from their struggles.

It was a bad feeling, knowing the depression had crept up and was already drowning me before I had realized it.

Once again, as soon as I finished this book I bought the next and immediately started reading.

Publisher: Layer Kake Publishing, LLC
Rating: 9/10




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