DodgersDodgers by Bill Beverly

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Open your mind and let go of any preconceived notions of how a crime novel is supposed to read. Let your mind soak in a fresh approach and just enjoy the read. That is how you’ll come to enjoy this one and want more. I didn’t love it or “really liked it”, but I did like it. It deserves 3.5 stars, not 3 or 4, but alas that is all I can do at this time. The book has interesting characters who develop as the book moves along. My only complaint is that at times, especially the latter portion, the book tends to feel like it’s dragging it’s feet in the mud. It’s not a fast mover, but I feel that plays towards the strengths of the book and the author. I received a copy of this book through blogging for books in exchange for an honest review.