Galileo (Evan Reed Mysteries #2) Review ☆ 2

Review Galileo (Evan Reed Mysteries, #2)

Galileo (Evan Reed Mysteries, #2) Review ☆ 2 Þ Two years have passed since the events in Dust Evan Reed is still cranky but she’s also dealing with the nagging effects of a gunshot wound Her teenage daughter Stevie is looking at prospective colleges and Stevie’s father Dan has married a woman half his age Evan’s childhood pal FaRoversial nominee for the US Supreme Court For starters she has to work at light speed because the senate is fast tracking the nomination and the judge who is a darling of the far right is an avowed constructionist with a paper trail nine miles long The job gets murkier when Evan discovers a link between the nominee and a now half crazed disgraced former US senator who Evan was hired to vet many years ago The stigma of that episode led Evan to vow never to work for political kingmaker Marcus Goldman again Things take a dangerous and ee. I have been a huge fan of Ann McMan’s books ever since I’ve read Jericho Her uniue and flawless writing has a bad habit of keeping me shackled to my kindle and hungry for of the heart tugging and riveting stories that she is known for producing and this story is no exception I enjoyed the fact that this story was told from Evan Julia Tim and Maya Jindal’s point of view because I was able to understand the deep seated issues they were struggling with and I was also able to peek into the hearts and minds of these awesome characters I must say that I was thoroughly entertained by the witty banter and the humorous dialogue between Evan Julia Stevie Dan and Tim

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Two years have passed since the events in Dust Evan Reed is still cranky but she’s also dealing with the nagging effects of a gunshot wound Her teenage daughter Stevie is looking at prospective colleges and Stevie’s father Dan has married a woman half his age Evan’s childhood pal Father Tim is uestioning is faith and Evan’s relationship with publishing magnate Julia Donne has all the earmarks of heading somewhere But all of that changes in a hurry when Evan is hired by the DNC to do opposition research on the president’s cont. This was an excellent complex mystery with authentic flawed characters Evan is a foul mouthed ex Catholic 'dust buster' hired by political parties to vet potential candidates; in other words she finds the skeletons in people's closets Her new job is to investigate a potential federal judge which leads her down a twisty road involving sexual abuse in the Catholic church content warning there are no detailed scenes but FYI there are a few short descriptions that are rightfully upsetting I loved the supporting characters all human and uniue in their own way This book had a lot of nuanced things to say about religion and Catholicism too

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Galileo Evan Reed Mysteries #2Rily personal turn when Evan’s descent into the fetid subterranean world of vested interests dark money PACs and barbaric private rituals explodes everything she thought she knew about her best friend Father Tim her own conflicted religious beliefs and any shot at a happy future with the patrician Julia To make matters worse Evan’s personal Moriarty Maya Jindal reappears up to her shapely eyebrows in the middle of an expanding web of lies secrets and betrayals that shrouds everything in Evan’s life with hopelessness and uncertain. I love this author and the way she manages to convey the pauses and sighs of life in her narratives Her characters have high hopes fancy taste in wine and anxiety about ever achieving a happy ending This is the second in the series a detectivethriller story than the first For me I would liked to have seen Evan and Julia share some of the story However it's a top notch read another in a list of one's well worth exploring by Ann McMann What took me so long to find them