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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Polish Dragon P.I. – Midnight Cranes is a work of fiction in the mystery and thriller genres. It is aimed at the general reading audience and was penned by author Steve Zimcosky. The book follows private investigator Tom Sipowicz as he is hired by the president of a manufacturing company to go undercover in one of their plants where two workers have been found dead in the same park within a few days of each other. The local police have ruled it as a heroin overdose and refuse to get involved, but Tom quickly realizes there is a lot more going on than initially meets the eye.
There’s a rhythm and pacing to mystery and thriller novels that readers often don’t notice until either it’s missing, or they come across a work that deftly uses it to control the level of suspense a reader feels as if they were on a rollercoaster of intrigue. Steve Zimcosky demonstrates with this book that he is an author capable of the latter, brilliantly moving readers through the peaks and troughs of tension that will make your time with Polish Dragon P.I. fly past all too quickly. The dynamic between Tom and Suzie is a particular highlight of the book with their relationship a source of much interest for me as a reader. Suzie is much more than the standard sidekick to the lead detective so often seen in mystery novels, and I sincerely hope that this is not the last we see of her character should the Polish Dragon P.I. series continue. And continue I hope it shall since Midnight Cranes is an excellent mystery with compelling lead investigators and I gladly recommend it.