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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Lee Henry "Hank" Oswald is one of those private eyes you come to like a whole lot. He's a smartass with guts and intellect. In the first two books in this series Still River: This one is a whole lot slower when it comes to the action. There's enough bloodshed, all right, but everything seems to move at a far slower pace than the previous novels. At the start of this one, Hank has decided not to be a PI any longer. He's been put through the wringer in the course of the two previous novels. His friends have been put in mortal danger because of their ties to him or because they're helping him.

He's watched loved ones die, and he's lost his home due to his involvment with some pretty brutal characters. It takes the reappearance of Olson--his weapons-dealing, life-saving gay compadre and one of the many people hurt as a result of his involvement with Hank --to draw him back into any sort of investigative work. Hank's determined to be a bartender, but even five minutes of Olson showing up at his workplace leads to Hank losing that particular job, and Olson ends up getting Hank to commit to finding the daughter of a dying veteran buddy. I like Hank a whole lot, but I really missed his interactions with Olson and Delmar Olson's life partner in the previous novels , and I miss that sense of connection he had to so many people before.

I suppose those connections are gone for realistic reasons, but Hank pretty much on his own throughout most of this book is tough. He can handle most of the crazy stuff thrown at him. But I miss his "circle.


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I read before going to bed at night and I actually caught myself giggling like a girl I'm a woman of The series of 3 books are intense, funny, witty, sarcastic, and the main character is a plethora of many of my favorite characters, such as: I wish there were more than three books, but I am ready to step up into the new series and see if Jon Cantrell is a character that's all of the above!

Harry Hunsicker has outdid himself! Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The Lee Henry Oswald series is fairly entertaining. The books always seem to be on the verge of being better, but never quite get over the hump from so-so entertainment to must reads. I feel like the writing style is solid, love the Dallas backdrop and descriptions, but the stories lack something.

The books are not bad, but I think the author has potential to take them to a new and better level.

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Your mileage may vary. An interesting mystery with some twists and intrigue. I enjoyed it as casual reading. Not particularly skillful but decent. This guy gets better with each new book.

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The first was obviously a first effort and the next two improved dramatically. I like the Texas setting and look forward to more of Lee Henry Oswald. Layered, intense, and rich with deadly characters.

Hunsicker is an emerging star. All he wants is to be left alone, a normal existence away from the assorted creeps and lowlifes inherent to his former profession as a private investigator. Unfortunately, peace and solitude are hard to find for Lee Oswald, a battle-hardened veteran of the first Gulf War, now weary after a decade as the fix-it man of last resort on the back streets of Dallas.

But when internationally-renowned medical researcher Anita Nazari begs him to help find the person threatening her daughter's life, Oswald reluctantly returns to the shadowy world he's tried so hard to leave behind. Once there, he finds himself engaged in a high stakes battle against a man known only as the Professor, a former intelligence operative intent on destroying the results of the doctor's latest research, a seemingly innocuous discovery about the mystery illness dubbed the Gulf War Syndrome.

The retired agent leads Oswald on a deadly search for the one man who can identify him and thus unravel a conspiracy of shady former government officials with an unhealthy interest in Dr. Nazari and her work.

When Oswald locates the missing witness and learns the startling information the man possesses, Oswald places his allegiance with the truth, as he fights back against an enemy more insidious and deadly than he's ever faced. Gritty, tough, and smart, Hunsicker's tightly-wrapped thriller will leave you breathless long after the final page. Read more Read less. Save Extra with 1 offer.

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February 22, Whispersync for Voice: Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Lee Henry "Hank" Oswald is one of those private eyes you come to like a whole lot. He's a smartass with guts and intellect. In the first two books in this series Still River: This one is a whole lot slower when it comes to the action.

There's enough bloodshed, all right, but everything seems to move at a far slower pace than the previous novels. At the start of this one, Hank has decided not to be a PI any longer. He's been put through the wringer in the course of the two previous novels. His friends have been put in mortal danger because of their ties to him or because they're helping him. He's watched loved ones die, and he's lost his home due to his involvment with some pretty brutal characters. It takes the reappearance of Olson--his weapons-dealing, life-saving gay compadre and one of the many people hurt as a result of his involvement with Hank --to draw him back into any sort of investigative work.

Hank's determined to be a bartender, but even five minutes of Olson showing up at his workplace leads to Hank losing that particular job, and Olson ends up getting Hank to commit to finding the daughter of a dying veteran buddy. I like Hank a whole lot, but I really missed his interactions with Olson and Delmar Olson's life partner in the previous novels , and I miss that sense of connection he had to so many people before. I suppose those connections are gone for realistic reasons, but Hank pretty much on his own throughout most of this book is tough.

He can handle most of the crazy stuff thrown at him. But I miss his "circle.

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Solid "four star" effort here. I read before going to bed at night Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. I read before going to bed at night and I actually caught myself giggling like a girl I'm a woman of The series of 3 books are intense, funny, witty, sarcastic, and the main character is a plethora of many of my favorite characters, such as: I wish there were more than three books, but I am ready to step up into the new series and see if Jon Cantrell is a character that's all of the above!

Harry Hunsicker has outdid himself! Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The Lee Henry Oswald series is fairly entertaining.