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Shoofly PieEarlier the action kicks into high gear and Polchak finds himself on the run with his client from someone who will do anything to keep a secret This fast paced murder mystery is than the typical Christian fiction;it is good clea Ever read what you think might be the most perfect book ever? Well I just did and it is this book This was a classic murder mystery thriller with a hero Nick that is a bug man he literally studies the bugs of the dead In that regard he reminded my of the Jefferson Bass character Bill Brockton from the Body Farm series; he studies the bugs that form on the dead he lets it tell the story of how a person lived and died If you are a CSI fan love forensics or reading books by Jefferson Bass Patricia Cornwell or Kathy Reich this series will be right up your alleyIf you like an unpredictable hero you will love Nick he does things that no one else would even consider doing Plus he's funny despite the horror being played out in this book Tim Downs had me laughing out loud than onceA side note I read and sometimes play a game at the same time just so I don't get boredI kept forgetting my game when I was reading this book I'd look down read and lose 20 minutes before I knew it

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Forensic entomologist Nick Polchak aka the Bug Man is hired by thirty year old Kathryn Guilford who is terrified of bugs to solve her friend's death When Polchak stumbles into the mystery of how Kathryn's husband was killed years What a fun and different kind of read Here we meet forensic entomologist Nick Polchak aka the bug man Remember the original CSI? Grissom he always was fascinated with bugs and doing all sorts of tests with them too Well Nick is very much like Grissom in that respect At the beginning of this book we have 3 teenage boys competing with each other for the 'attention' of Kathryn all taking place in a small town in North Carolina Now all grown up one of Kathryn's friends has died They tell her he committed suicide but she does not believe that From there she goes and find Nick Polchak and asks him for help proving that it was not suicide It took me a while to get used to authors way of writing It did have different POV and 1 or 2 times I had to re read who was 'talking' don't get me wrong I did figure it out but if I let my mind wonder talking to my cat for example I had to stop and think where I was yes I talk to my cat doesn't everyone?Nick is a great character funny smart witty with a 'dry' sense of humor at times I learned about 'bugs' than I ever wanted to know but that was ok by me It didn't take too much to figure out who the killer was but that wasn't the idea of this book To me it was the introduction of Nick and how he determines where and when a person dies The interaction between Nick and Kathryn was priceless A great fun different kind of read and I'm soooo looking forward to pick up the next in this series

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FREE MOBI Û DOC Shoofly Pie 9781582293080 Å Forensic entomologist Nick Polchak aka the Bug Man is hired by thirty year old Kathryn Guilford who is terrified of bugs to solve her friend's death When Polchak stumbles into the mystery of how Kathryn's husband was killed years earlier the action kicks into high gear and Polchak finds himselfN fun on a thrill ride Biblical values are implicit rather than explicit and its fascinating elements provoke thought on a conscience conseuences and world views But mostly this book is a sizzler of a story that will not let you I knew I would probably like this series because it's all about forensic entomology I am pretty much fascinated by anything that has to do with forensics and if I weren't a very busy full time mom right now I would consider devoting a part of my life to the study of forensics I really liked the main character from the start He's cynical but funny After I had gotten into the book I realized his personality was strikingly similar to House's from the TV series except this guy came before House He's also a whole lot funnier I find House annoying and offensive at times I didn't mind this guy saying some of the things he said to people because he's was saying them to people who had committed murder not to people who were dying in the hospitalI'm looking forward to reading the next book