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(Received directly from author.)

Gallagher is back and this time he is hired, as he is trying to close down his private investigations business, to find out who killed Jennifer Clark in her own driveway.

What follows is a path filled with many twists, turns, and unexpected detours.

Deadly Codes was, for me, a bit of a better read than Fatal Gamble was. While I still would have liked to know more of Gallagher's backstory, I did like the way his personality was presented - and his conflict over his job and his wife.

The storyline was interesting and the pace was well set. A good read.
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(received via Member Giveaway at LibraryThing)

A doctor's widow hires a private investigator to look into why her husband and two other partners who formed a partnership and built a medical plaza would be killed. The reasons harken back about twenty years before the story begins and involves money, politics and corruption.

While Fatal Gamble is a nice, easy read - and a nice way to spend a few hours - it was, for this reader at least, a little too predictable.

I, for one, would have liked to see more of the following:
a. Character development.
b. Meatier storyline.
c. Dialogue between the various characters.

I did like what there was of the story and it had potential, I just wish that there was more of it.

For the reader who wishes to have a few hours of relaxation, this is the perfect read.

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