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Reviewed by Peggy Jo Wipf for Readers' Favorite
Polish Dragon P.I. (The Good Book) by Steve Zimcosky builds a story around a secret society sworn to protect the integrity of the Russian Orthodox Church at any cost. An acquaintance contacts Detective Suzie Mandrake about a stolen family heirloom, a Bible. This case is outside her jurisdiction, so she asks Tom Sipowicz, the Polish Dragon P.I., to assist her. Tom is known for his thorough investigations and trusting his gut feelings. He decides to bring Suzie in as a junior partner and benefits from her connections and research skills. Together, Tom and Suzie face kidnappers willing to kill for the secrets within the Bible. As they progress, they find the family twists truths for their benefit, the clergy isn't what it appears, and an unseen hand detours every advantage they have. Can they solve the riddle before anyone skips the country or innocent victims die?
Steve Zimcosky skillfully creates a secret society within one of the oldest religions, adding thrilling mystique to Polish Dragon P.I. (The Good Book). Zimcosky is a gifted, well-established author whose Polish Dragon P.I. series keeps his readers begging for more. This novel has the perfect blend of mystery, adventure, and suspense. His vivid characters and descriptions of the action they encounter keep the reader glued to the pages. I was impressed with the twist this novel takes toward the end and the question of whether this secret society is lurking in the shadows? I look forward to seeing what Suzie brings to the Polish Dragon P.I. cases.