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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
His Blue Eyes by Joseph Lingeman begins with the death of Old Man Tom. Peyton was his secretary and friend for about six years and very fond of him. Tom left his company, H&M Real Estate, to a distant relative, Henry Peterson. Upon his arrival, he makes a few changes but keeps Peyton as his personal secretary and soon shows a romantic interest in her, and his feelings are returned. Peyton has worked beside Gabrielle and the two have become great friends. When she is moved to a different department by Henry, Alan moves into the desk next to Peyton and, though she is not happy about it, she makes the best of it. When it becomes evident that a serial killer has come to California, Detective Grayson -- who has been following the case in New Orleans -- arrives and is determined to find the killer and get justice for the many women he has killed. Henry becomes the suspect and it is possible that Peyton is going to be the next victim.
His Blue Eyes is an action-packed crime mystery story. It is a good story, with an intriguing plot and interesting characters. There are twists and turns throughout and I was never 100% sure who the real killer was or who would be the target. Henry or someone else? The final chapter of the book will leave you shaking your head. If you like being in the middle of a crime scene and trying to solve the mystery, then His Blue Eyes is the perfect book for you and Joseph Lingeman will become one of your favorite authors.