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       Impact: A Riverdale PD Series Prequel

Impact alternate cover (2)It is spring, 2006.  Three months ago Detective Sgt. Noah Harkham lost his partner – and mentor – Detective Sgt. Rob Meares to a sudden, tragic death in the midst of their investigation into a pair of brutal murders. Now, with the case gone cold and Noah grieving, he gets the news he’s been dreading: he’s been assigned a new partner, Detective Alan Franks. On their first day, the pair get put on a hit and run that left one young girl dead and two families forever altered. When a witness leads them to a member of one of the city’s most powerful families, the two must put aside their differences to close the case – and keep their star witness alive.

Reader’s Favorite 5 Star Review!

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Reviewed by Katelyn Hensel for Readers’ Favorite

A fun and intriguing drama combo mystery, Impact is a hard hitting ‘who done it’ that makes you want to buckle up and ride right along with Detective Sergeant Noah Harkham. He’s got a bit of a troubled past, with the ghost of his old partner keeping him from moving on, but the Captain thinks it’s time to get on with it and has assigned him a new partner in Detective Franks. Now they’ve got a chance to get the measure of each other while they are solving a particularly sad case of hit and run.

The only thing low about this book was the page count. I could have ridden along with Harkham and solved another ten mysteries before I got bored. Noah was an excellent cop character, not hard and boring like I’m used to in most popular crime fiction. He is a very interesting, smart, and slightly broken guy…even though he says he’s not. He tries to come off as the jaded, calm, collected cop, and in some ways he might be, but in others he’s just a guy with a troubled past. Very interesting character dynamics between Harkham and Franks. It’s hard to call it banter, what with the curt barks and sharp quips, but I really enjoyed how they interacted together, particularly nearing the end of the story. J.I. O’Neal writes cynically and effectively. It wouldn’t surprise me if this was the first of many excellent crime and mystery novels we see coming our way from O’Neal. A solid showing!

 Indiscriminate: Book One of the Riverdale PD Series

Indiscriminate-5th anniversary Print book cover (10)He paused in the shadows of a darkened shop to glance once more at the historic brick building. A symbol of peace of mind. It was robbed of that peace now, and he was the thief.

In August, 2013, Detective Sergeant Noah Harkham’s stellar career came to a violent end when devastating injuries rendered him deaf and blind on his left side. Now, nine months later, a string of attacks on rescue personnel has thrown the city of Riverdale into a panic.

When it becomes apparent that this case has its origin in one Noah worked with his former partner and best friend, Detective Alan Franks, Noah is determined to help put an end to the chaos.

Noah must overcome his disabilities to aid in the manhunt for the city’s most wanted criminal – even as the attacker draws closer to those Noah and Franks hold dear.

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