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MIDDLE OF NOWHERE

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

No, it's not murder this time—just a series of violent robberies: only the first sign that master-plotter Pearson (The First Victim, 1999, etc.) has taken some of his accustomed edge off Lt. Lou Boldt's latest case. The Blue Flu has struck Seattle. So many of the city's finest have called in sick to protest cutbacks on overtime that the brutal assault on Detective Maria Sanchez is not only an ... Read full review

Review: Middle of Nowhere

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Dianne Day

MIDDLE OF NOWHERE is the latest of Ridley Pearson's policeprocedural novels with protagonist Lou Boldt. Like Michael Connelly and James Patterson (to mention other authors who follow this increasingly popular pattern), Pearson writes both series books and standalone thrillers. If you have been following the series, then you'll know that Lou Boldt has recently been promoted to Lieutenant a ... Read full review

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Review: Middle of Nowhere (Boldt & Matthews #7)

User Review  - Lynn Pribus - Goodreads

Moves along very nicely with good characters and authentic dialog. Looking for earlier ones in this series, although this one stands alone OK. Picked up in hard cover at gym's book swap table and will ... Read full review

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