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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
It’s not always that you come across a crime novel as fantastic as Miles to Go by W. L. Liberman. The second novel in the Mo Gold and Birdie Mysteries continues the tales of Mo and Arthur, a.k.a. Birdie, as private detectives solving yet another case. When Mo and Birdie are called to Midtown, Toronto, they have no idea the duo will come across Miryam, Mo’s old flame that never got the chance to burn as bright as it should. Miryam’s husband is killed most suspiciously, and the private detectives need to figure out why Mendel Black is dead and who killed him. However, the deeper Mo and Birdie dig into this case, the more they realize how morally grey Mendel was. Many people would want Mendel dead, especially those who dealt directly with him. All Mo and Birdie had to do is to figure out which of them actually did it.
The fast-paced, action-packed, and intense murder mystery is exactly what you need to start your new year with a bang. With perfectly believable characters with a realistic approach to life, the story is at once as entertaining as it is all-consuming. The mystery behind Mendel’s death, the involvement of different people in the circumstances, and the tension between Miryam and Mo played together really well to create an unstoppable story. The narrative is fast-paced without being too consuming. I love how the author almost takes a break after each chapter with the pace, allows readers to understand what happened in the previous chapter, and starts the onslaught of masterful descriptions and vivid imagery to engulf readers once again. I am mad at myself for not coming across this series sooner. I will now wait for the third installment as I read the first novel in the series!