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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Epiphany's Murder is a work of fiction in the murder mystery subgenre. It is best suited to mature readers owing to some moderate explicit language and sexual references, as well as a few occasions of graphic violence, and was penned by author John Rosskopf. This thrilling mystery story introduces readers to Jake Powers, a Sacramento-based private investigator who usually makes ends meet by tracking down cheating spouses. But when a high-paying client wants Jake to investigate the supposedly-accidental drowning of her daughter, Jake soon realizes he’s got murder, conspiracy, and a dangerous case on his hands. Not only must he solve the case, but Jake has to survive all the forces that want to put an end to him before he does.
Mystery novels have a nasty habit of getting a little samey when you read a lot of them, so it’s a genuine pleasure to discover something new and unique amongst the hard-boiled subgenre that has been modernized enough to have you rethinking the old standards and enjoying new twists again. Author John Rosskopf brings slick, modern humor to the work that never undermines the seriousness of the plot, but gives just enough sardonic wit to bring a smirk to your face as the story unfolds. Coupled with the close narration and clever wordplay in Jake Powers’s portrayal as a central protagonist, the work soon whips you up into a frenzy and has you wondering what new twist lurks around every corner. Overall, I would not hesitate to recommend Epiphany's Murder to mystery fans everywhere.