Nov 2, 2016

Review: The Invisible Assistant

The Invisible Assistant The Invisible Assistant by John Gaspard
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I bought this book through kindle unlimited. This is the first time I am reading the book authored by John Gaspard. Josiah Manning is a guy who supports for anti-death penalty and anti-suicide. His adversary Harley Keller is leader for pro-death movement. One day in the house of Harley, both Josiah and Harley are found dead. The case is looked like that Josiah Manning came to Harleys house killed him first and then shot himself. Homicide detective Fred Hutton believes Josiah is the killer but his wife Deirdre (I don't know how to pronounce her name) who has close working relationship with the Minneapolis Police Department's Homicide division thinks that Josiah is not the killer.

She and Fred Hutton approaches Eli Marks the stage magician to use his unique perspective (in her words a bizarre way of looking at things) They all visit the crime scene. By his unique perspective way and his knowledge in trickery he finds out who was the real killer.

The story is superb with three main characters, I enjoyed reading. And I have read this book twice.

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