#BookReview for The Silver Star Caper by Phyllis Entis

My review for The Silver Star Caper by Phyllis Entis, 5/5 stars.

I haven’t yet read all the books in the series, but jumped at the chance to read an ARC of the latest book. Damien Dickens and his wife Millie are a great team, and it isn’t necessary to have read the previous instalments to enjoy this one.

Set in the 1980s, the author mixes real-life events with fiction, and adds a few twists along the way. This time Dickens is up against white-supremacist, neo-Nazi militia whose actions are hitting a bit too close to home, while Millie concentrates on her own investigative work. Their relationships with each other, and their friends and family, are put to the test as events unfold and they are both dragged deeper into their investigations.

With no mobile phones or internet, the author takes us back in time to good, old-fashioned detective work, and the frustration and worry at not knowing where or how a loved one is. I love how Millie is just as important to the story as Damien is – sometimes even more important! With witty one-liners, together with some serious moments, it kept me gripped all the way through. A great read that I highly recommend!


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