It didn't take more than a sentence — "There wasn't enough blood" — to hook us on Rosemary Reeve's All Good Things. Jack Hart is a young associate at a high-powered Seattle law firm. When his friend and mentor Harmony goes missing after a late night at work, Jack goes looking for her — but the search reveals more than he bargained for.
All Good Things is the first in a series of mystery novels based around the likeable Jack Hart character. Set in 1990s Seattle, the series is not just great reading, it's a chance to revisit a city that's still visible in our rearview mirror but receding fast. Check out this sample from All Good Things for a taste.
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