Frederick Foxx's Death Of A Bouncer

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Death of a Bouncer is a fantastic read for any mystery lovers. I found this to be a great take on old-school style Sherlock Holmes tales. Foxx did a fantastic job bringing all his characters to life, each unique and personable. I especially loved the main character of the story, Inspector Suri, head a street-wise gumshoe style about him that would have fit well into a 1950’s American Dragnet net film. This story had just the right amount of grit and realism to keep me entertained and wanting to turn to see what happens on the next page. I also really enjoyed the touch of paranormal added to the story, it was a twice that I thought really added to the tale.

Frederick Foxx’s writing style is smooth and consistent throughout the book. I
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