Monday, April 22, 2019
On My Kindle - Hazardous Duty by Christy Barritt
Gabby St. Claire's unique job as a crime scene cleaner stirs her curiosity about the murder of a politician's wife. From there, it's one wild and dangerous ride.
This is the first book in a series, so there's a tantalizing ending in relation to her love interest. Christy Barritt is a new-to-me author, and I'm so glad I picked up this book. Her writing voice and these characters sent me into giggles one minute and heart-stopping suspense the next. It's written in first person, and the author did a great job with it.
I could see this book being a great beach read. It's light enough to read in a day and has enough meat to hold your interest throughout.
5 Stars for this delightful tale. I'll be picking up Book 2 in this squeaky-clean series in the near future.
Writers: Have you ever written something (fiction or non-fiction) in first person? Please share your struggles/joys with using this tense.
Readers: Do you like reading books written from a first-person perspective? I'd be interested in your thoughts.