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Reviewed by Anne Boiling for Readers' Favorite
The Six O'Clock Rule "If you're thinking of doing something that might make you look like a dumbass on the six o'clock news, here's a tip. Don't."
The setting is Jacksonville Beach, Florida
The Six O'Clock Rule begins with an action packed shoot out. After a teen dies from a lethal mixture of heroin and cocaine Detective Clay Randall and his team go after the drug dealer. The dealer fires on the team striking Randall. Danny brings down the dealer in a barrage of bullets. Ty and Three Rivers were driving a drunken Bobby home when they spotted former cop Roy Connor man handling a woman. Connor worked for Tony Savoy a slimy defense lawyer. Savoy used drugs to obtain what he wanted. He had been married several times and kept a mistress, Kayla, on the side. That's just the beginning of this action packed thriller.
I was hooked from the first page. I eagerly turned the pages to see what would happen next. The plot is exquisitely well developed and believable. Bruce Thomason is a master at character development. He has included enough twists and turns to keep the reader guessing to the last page. Fans will be thrilled with the latest Clay Randall mystery.