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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Detective Michael Palazolla of the Detroit Police Department was frustrated with the handling of crimes in his city. Murderers waltzed their way to freedom because of the incompetence of law enforcement, lawyers, medics, and the whole justice system. However, a questionable and scary pattern started in the community. Felons who escaped the justice system ended up dead with a bowler hat souvenir left behind. Malizia Society of Detroit, a gathering inspired by the Law of Moses and modeling the footsteps of the ancient Medici family, was on the prowl. Michael had his work cut out with discreetly finding out who they were while reining in his hard-nosed investigative journalist friend, Justine. Who were these people? Get the story in They Only Wear Black Hats by Edward Izzi.
They Only Wear Black Hats by Edward Izzi was a fantastic page-turner that will appeal to lovers of dark savior and detective stories. I loved the brilliant plot, engaging storyline, and unpredictable twists and turns. It is common knowledge that the court of law is the last hope for the helpless man. However, when the justice system falls short, who becomes the savior? This story showed me that attention to detail is crucial in every kind of job. Tiny mistakes could set off a series of catastrophes, especially when dealing with human lives. Also, Blakely’s situation struck me, where it became difficult to mete out to his kin the same punishment he administered to others. The selfish nature of humans! Edward is a talented storyteller, and I’d love to read more of his works.