Emily James writes the Maple Syrup Mysteries series, and there’s something she has done that I particularly appreciate. That is that she always makes a statement that her books are “clean reads, which is to say that she doesn’t have “swearing, gore, or steamy bedroom scenes.” I don’t need or like any of those, and often stop reading a book that includes them. Like that, they’re gone! I try to always support authors who do this… as long as they write good books.
Unstoppable. That seems to be the best word to describe David Wolf.
In the first book, Foreign Deceit, Wolf is looking forward to being appointed as Sheriffin Rocky Points, Colorado, when he gets devastating news: in the Italian Alps, David’s brother has apparently committed suicide. After getting there, Wolf finds that there are suspicious circumstances and people not only lying to him, but trying to kill him.