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Ave Robicheaux or Stephanie Plum mystery can add Riordan to his to be read list He's one of the real artists in the world of neo noir Milwaukee Journal SentinelIn Rick Riordan's case believe the hype He really is that good Dennis Lehane One of the best PI series being written today Crimespree Don't miss any of these hotter than Texas chili Tres Navarre novels BIG RED TEUILA THE WIDOWER'S TWO STEP THE LAST KING OF TEXAS THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO AUSTIN SOUTHTOWN MISSION ROAD REBEL ISLAND. Although I have long been familiar with Riordan s work in YA fantasy as in Percy Jackson and similar characters I have only just discovered that he also breathes life into a grittier adult genre In this one he has created a character in San Antonio PI Tres Navarre who is sufficiently gifted to inspire admiration and sufficiently flawed to generate a sense of empathy This is not a pretty story by any means involving villains who are as bad as can be and others who are torn between morality and a thirst for justice by whatever means necessary Thus it explores how people who are basically decent individuals can stray into forbidden territory It also touches upon what drives young people to explore darkness and leaves the reader to ponder on just where the blame lies in such a circumstance The fact that it also has than its share of unexpected twists is another factor in its favor and it proceeds at a pace that almost demands it be read in one sitting Think I ll give it four brilliant stars and maybe just a hair

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Mission Road Tres Navarre #6

Rick Riordan triple Tres Navarre PDF #206 crown winner of mystery's most prestigious awards the Edgar the Anthony and the Shamus returns with a hotter than Texas chili Tres Navarre crime drama This time Navarre reopens a cold case to catch a killer getting away with murder againRiordan has a knack for showing readers a crazy good Mission Road Epubtime The New York Times Book ReviewPI Tres Navarre is used to working the razor's edge between legal and life sentence But when an old friend a. I rated this mystery a 4 within the category of serialized mysteries I enjoy Rick Riordan s series which set in South Texas I m a Texan and to me South Texas is a whole other country separate from the United States yet different from Mexico Rick Riordan knows this and he writes of the area with great insight I enjoy following the adventures of Tres Navarre and his friends and accomplices This is his 6th novel centering on the adventures of Navarre a somewhat down on his luck PI As I ve mentioned elsewhere I try to read any mystery series in order as you can often use facts from the prior novels to inform the one you are currently reading It is completely disconcerting to me to know that certain characters are dead or that others achieve a permanent role in future books prior to these facts being revealing in the text Let me experience the surprise There is but one book in this series and Mr Riordan seems to believe that his calling lies elsewhere I hope he will reconsider This story this location is worthy of further examination and explanation In this novel Navarre finds himself investigating the shooting of a policewoman and his friend s wife who was about to reveal the murderer in a long dead cold case involving the death of the son of a local mobster Navarre and the victim s husband are fingered for the crime and are forced to work while in hiding Navarre is also facing some significant changes and challenges in his personal life which sometimes cloud his ability to respond to danger as forcefully as he should This is one of the best of the series so far There is tension and there are big surprises Riordan is a professional at leading you one way and then ambushing you with a completely different outcome but all logically consistent with what had gone before In this novel something happens which literally made me cry out Oh no not that But such is that power of the author the creator This is a fun book and a real page turner Write some Mr Riordan

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Ppears at his door blood spattered and wanted for homicide Tres jumps both feet into a no man's land Eighteen years ago an unsolved murder on notorious Mission Road Tres Navarre Kindle #214 Road threw the San Antonio underworld into bloody chaos Now armed and dangerous the target of a citywide manhunt Tres is on a collision course with the past For on Mission Road waits a secret that will tear his life apartPraise for Mission RoadRiordan is a master Harlan CobenAnyone looking for a new D.


10 thoughts on “Mission Road Tres Navarre #6

  1. says:

    A re read I love this series Southern noir featuring English professor turned PI Tres Navarre and a great supporti

  2. says:

    This Tres story had him with less witty remarks and for a good reason This one was darker with a dark mystery from the past With ba

  3. says:

    I rated this mystery a “4” within the category of serialized mysteries I enjoy Rick Riordan’s series which set in South Texas I’m a Texan and to me South Texas is a whole other country separate from the United States yet different from Mexico Rick Riordan knows this and he writes of the area with great insight I enjoy following the

  4. says:

    Didn't realize it was #6 in a series; I picked it up because I was curious about this author's adult mysteries having already read my share of Percy Jackson with the kids Will have to go back and see how it all began

  5. says:

    This book was fairly entertaining but it had a lot of profanity It was neat to read about San Antonio landmarks though

  6. says:

    Could have been interesting if main culprit and accomplices would not been revealed in the middle of the book Otherwise very thrilling as detective story should be

  7. says:

    Great book My second favorite of the series after Big Red Teuila

  8. says:

    A drastic last five pages blew everything I had considered

  9. says:

    Although I have long been familiar with Riordan's work in YA fantasy as in Percy Jackson and similar characters I have only just discovered that he also breathes life into a grittier adult genre In this one he has created a character in San Antonio PI Tres Navarre who is sufficiently gifted to inspire admiration and sufficiently flawed to generate a sense of empathy This is not a pretty story by any means involving villains who are as bad

  10. says:

    Interesting readFor one thing only up to the very end did I realize there were different characters and they all spoke the story what surprised me was this weird fact usually the characters in a book are no than one or two characters while this was a whole choir of people just that fact pulled this book out of a any other book setting and put it on a great alter Phew