Post Pattern Reviews

| July 24, 2014

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Post Pattern

A former USC football player back in the day, Burnside has recently left the LAPD following a scandal and has started his own private investigation agency. After someone fires a shot at a football star from a rival university, Burnside takes on the case which leads him into both the underbelly and the aristocracy of Los Angeles.

Burnside unravels a complex series of baffling leads as he weaves his way through the investigation. As the body count piles up, he encounters beautiful girls, wayward athletes and overworked cops on his way to cracking a case that no one else wants to touch. And as he works through the various twists and turns in the story, Burnside also comes to grips with a betrayal from his past that keeps returning to him, no matter how much he tries to avoid it.

Set against the sun drenched backdrop of a hot Los Angeles summer, Post Pattern provides readers with a taut, engaging mystery. The novel delivers a smart, sexy plot with crackling dialogue and fascinating characters.

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