Thursday, July 25, 2013

Review: The Audubon Park Murder - Brian W. Smith

There's a Murder in Audubon Park... Don't Worry Donald "Sleepy" Carter is on the case... Then again... Is he really on the case? According to the people that know him - He's missing or worse... Dead.

Years ago, Donald "Sleepy" Carter decided to walk away from his job as a well-respected detective and just life in general. No one has heard from him since. After a murder is committed in Audubon Park, Sleepy decides to come out of hiding to help Rookie Detective, Elizabeth "Lizzy" Silverman solve the murder. There's a catch - No one can know he's alive.

Why is Donald "Sleepy" Carter so adamant about helping Lizzy solve this crime? Why should Lizzy trust a man she doesn't know? What is the real reason Sleepy Carter has come out of hiding? Well... I have the answers and so will you when you read this book.

When Brian W. Smith first announced he was throwing his "writing hat" in the Mystery genre I wasn't shocked because his other books have mystery twists to them. So it was a No-Brainer that he started writing in the Mystery genre.

The Audubon Park Murder reminded me why I'm such a big Brian W. Smith supporter. You can tell Mr. Smith did his research when it came to giving his readers an inside look in New Orleans. Mr. Smith does an excellent job capturing the raw emotions of Sleepy Carter. He's definitely a character I can't wait to learn more about.

The Audubon Park Murder is a fast-paced story full of twists and turns.

5 Stars


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