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Pat Ruger: For Hire (Pat Ruger Mystery Series Book 1) (English Edition) Kindle-editie
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Intriguing storyline with several different cases. Procedures, actions and reactions are not realistic. The characters and dialogue are okay, nothing memorable. The lead character is likeable but it is not reasonable that young women want to have sex with him, and an FBI agent is drinking during lunch and playing barefoot footsie with him. Teenagers chucking a brick through a neighboring rancher's window because they were bored?
Given that this is the author's first in the series I might be interested in other works.
No desire to re-read this story. Remember this is my personal opinion and does not reflect on the author.
Pat Ruger: Caribbean Shuffle #2 – This story picks up a few months after For Hire ends. Still with the male fantasies, but some explicit now. Unfortunately, this story is not as well thought out or researched; it reads way too much like a D-rated Hollywood movie. Research would have shown how to communicate between ships instead of what was done; also, there is not a Naval man that calls his ship a boat. While the ideas were good, the lack of realism makes the story silly. Still needs editing. 3*
Pat Ruger: Native Species #3 - This story picks up in the same scene where Shuffle ends. As bad as Caribbean was with the Hollywood copying, this story is pathetic. Formatting is inconsistent, which makes reading it difficult. There is an extra space between each sentence, even in the mid of one person’s dialog, which is too Hollywood. AND, every female, especially the young ones, wants sex with Pat. Give me a break. What happened to the guy who wrote For Hire? Get him back, two out of three books that are poorly written and silly make me sorry I found Oblivion on Booksprout. I couldn’t finish this drivel. 2*
Pat Ruger: Oblivion Highway #6 – After reading two flops by this author, this book is similar to his first book, For Hire, which was pretty good. The writing style is similar to FH, unlike the two others, which were too juvenile and Hollywood. The storylines were good. Pat is still a caring, helpful person that almost gets himself killed. There are a couple of new characters that will probably show up in the next book; both are great, a sex therapist and a Lab. The pace is fast and I found the book interesting. Hopefully, the author continues in this vein and doesn’t return to the writing style of the second and third books. I found this book on HiddenGems. 4*
Pat Ruger for Hire by Jack Huber is a fast-paced mystery, laced with humor, spiked with deadly action, and with an explosive climax that will have you on the edge of your chair. While most of the characters are quite believable, I had to strain my brain to believe that Pat was as attractive to every female character he encountered, or that he could keep the pace he did, without eventually needing a pacemaker.
An interesting character, though, and I can imagine he’ll get up to some fascinating adventures in future offerings.
Pat Ruger is a retired police detective, and is asked to find a missing person, because the police department
was no longer looking....
If you like mysteries and detective novels, then this is a Must Read!!! And books 2 & 3 are available!!
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