Exposed Fury

Exposed Fury

Annie Fitch, a former police detective, struggles to make ends meet as a private investigator in the sleepy town of Leesburg, Virginia. On partial disability because of gunshot injuries, she?s relegated to doing surveillance gigs and background checks. But things are looking up, since her on-again, off-again relationship is back on and might stay that way. When Annie is hi Annie Fitch, a former police detective, struggles to make ends meet as a private investigator in the sleepy town of...

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Title:Exposed Fury
Author:Marie Flanigan
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:B07F6C4SM9
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:200 pages pages

Exposed Fury Reviews

  • Michelle (Michelle's Book Ends) Shealy
    Nov 28, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

  • Julie
    Aug 08, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

  • Sheila
    Nov 26, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

  • Debbie Maskus
    Sep 27, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

  • Sue
    Oct 08, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

  • Linda
    Oct 12, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

  • A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol)
    Dec 07, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

    I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. And what a gem! I love a good mystery book. I also really like private eye stories. But more importantly, I love a book with great characters. Annie is a great female lead and I?m sure hoping this is the first in a series of An...

    Exposed fury by Flanigan. I was given a copy to review. A clever whodunnit which kept me guessing to the very end. The protagonist, Annie, a private investigator, is hired to follow a husband whom she finds dead, thanks to her dog. And there follows her investigation, along with a boyf...

    Life changes create a whole new set of problems for this very bright P.I. whose mindset will never be anything but her life as a detective. This was a good read with a nice descriptive type of writing that brings smalltown Virginia to life. Will definitely read this author again. ...

    4.5 Review upcoming ...

  • Jolie
    Nov 13, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

  • Jennifer
    Oct 16, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

  • Nancy Silk
    Aug 11, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

  • Jennifer
    Nov 21, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

    I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. And what a gem! I love a good mystery book. I also really like private eye stories. But more importantly, I love a book with great characters. Annie is a great female lead and I?m sure hoping this is the first in a series of An...

    Exposed fury by Flanigan. I was given a copy to review. A clever whodunnit which kept me guessing to the very end. The protagonist, Annie, a private investigator, is hired to follow a husband whom she finds dead, thanks to her dog. And there follows her investigation, along with a boyf...

    Life changes create a whole new set of problems for this very bright P.I. whose mindset will never be anything but her life as a detective. This was a good read with a nice descriptive type of writing that brings smalltown Virginia to life. Will definitely read this author again. ...

    4.5 Review upcoming ...

    Great book. Well written. Great characters. I really enjoyed this story and am looking forward to reading more of Annie?s exploits. ...

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  • Sharon Grow
    Oct 04, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

  • Jo-Anne
    Nov 28, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

  • Cheryl
    Oct 06, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

    I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. And what a gem! I love a good mystery book. I also really like private eye stories. But more importantly, I love a book with great characters. Annie is a great female lead and I?m sure hoping this is the first in a series of An...

  • Donna
    Sep 21, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

  • Bev
    Oct 11, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

  • Kristin Brown
    Aug 09, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

  • Dan Santos
    Oct 03, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

  • davidchevalier
    Oct 27, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

    I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. And what a gem! I love a good mystery book. I also really like private eye stories. But more importantly, I love a book with great characters. Annie is a great female lead and I?m sure hoping this is the first in a series of An...

    Exposed fury by Flanigan. I was given a copy to review. A clever whodunnit which kept me guessing to the very end. The protagonist, Annie, a private investigator, is hired to follow a husband whom she finds dead, thanks to her dog. And there follows her investigation, along with a boyf...

    Life changes create a whole new set of problems for this very bright P.I. whose mindset will never be anything but her life as a detective. This was a good read with a nice descriptive type of writing that brings smalltown Virginia to life. Will definitely read this author again. ...

    4.5 Review upcoming ...

    Great book. Well written. Great characters. I really enjoyed this story and am looking forward to reading more of Annie?s exploits. ...

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  • Joy Novel Thoughts
    Nov 04, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

  • R.W. Lang
    Aug 24, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

  • Michael Mardel
    Sep 10, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

    I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. And what a gem! I love a good mystery book. I also really like private eye stories. But more importantly, I love a book with great characters. Annie is a great female lead and I?m sure hoping this is the first in a series of An...

    Exposed fury by Flanigan. I was given a copy to review. A clever whodunnit which kept me guessing to the very end. The protagonist, Annie, a private investigator, is hired to follow a husband whom she finds dead, thanks to her dog. And there follows her investigation, along with a boyf...

  • Michele Zito
    Oct 20, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

    I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. And what a gem! I love a good mystery book. I also really like private eye stories. But more importantly, I love a book with great characters. Annie is a great female lead and I?m sure hoping this is the first in a series of An...

    Exposed fury by Flanigan. I was given a copy to review. A clever whodunnit which kept me guessing to the very end. The protagonist, Annie, a private investigator, is hired to follow a husband whom she finds dead, thanks to her dog. And there follows her investigation, along with a boyf...

    Life changes create a whole new set of problems for this very bright P.I. whose mindset will never be anything but her life as a detective. This was a good read with a nice descriptive type of writing that brings smalltown Virginia to life. Will definitely read this author again. ...

    4.5 Review upcoming ...

    Great book. Well written. Great characters. I really enjoyed this story and am looking forward to reading more of Annie?s exploits. ...

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  • Dawn
    Oct 28, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

  • Pamela Peerce-Landers
    Oct 17, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

  • Justine Manners
    Oct 11, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

    I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. And what a gem! I love a good mystery book. I also really like private eye stories. But more importantly, I love a book with great characters. Annie is a great female lead and I?m sure hoping this is the first in a series of An...

    Exposed fury by Flanigan. I was given a copy to review. A clever whodunnit which kept me guessing to the very end. The protagonist, Annie, a private investigator, is hired to follow a husband whom she finds dead, thanks to her dog. And there follows her investigation, along with a boyf...

    Life changes create a whole new set of problems for this very bright P.I. whose mindset will never be anything but her life as a detective. This was a good read with a nice descriptive type of writing that brings smalltown Virginia to life. Will definitely read this author again. ...

    4.5 Review upcoming ...

    Great book. Well written. Great characters. I really enjoyed this story and am looking forward to reading more of Annie?s exploits. ...

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  • C.
    Oct 13, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

    I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. And what a gem! I love a good mystery book. I also really like private eye stories. But more importantly, I love a book with great characters. Annie is a great female lead and I?m sure hoping this is the first in a series of An...

    Exposed fury by Flanigan. I was given a copy to review. A clever whodunnit which kept me guessing to the very end. The protagonist, Annie, a private investigator, is hired to follow a husband whom she finds dead, thanks to her dog. And there follows her investigation, along with a boyf...

    Life changes create a whole new set of problems for this very bright P.I. whose mindset will never be anything but her life as a detective. This was a good read with a nice descriptive type of writing that brings smalltown Virginia to life. Will definitely read this author again. ...

  • Ron Brookes
    Oct 17, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

    I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. And what a gem! I love a good mystery book. I also really like private eye stories. But more importantly, I love a book with great characters. Annie is a great female lead and I?m sure hoping this is the first in a series of An...

    Exposed fury by Flanigan. I was given a copy to review. A clever whodunnit which kept me guessing to the very end. The protagonist, Annie, a private investigator, is hired to follow a husband whom she finds dead, thanks to her dog. And there follows her investigation, along with a boyf...

    Life changes create a whole new set of problems for this very bright P.I. whose mindset will never be anything but her life as a detective. This was a good read with a nice descriptive type of writing that brings smalltown Virginia to life. Will definitely read this author again. ...

    4.5 Review upcoming ...

    Great book. Well written. Great characters. I really enjoyed this story and am looking forward to reading more of Annie?s exploits. ...

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  • Cath
    Oct 11, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

  • Shiela
    Oct 07, 2018

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly...

    Private investigator Annie Fitch is an ex-cop rebuilding her life after injuries retired her from the force. She still has friends among the police, but does she still have the skills, health and will to solve a murder, when quiet surveillance and background checks give way to danger a...

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout. ...

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery" In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveill...

    Annie is a detective turned PI. Forced off the squad due to a brain injury that occurred when she was shot on the job, Annie is struggling to make ends meet. She is also struggling with not having the physical or mental abilities that she had before she was shot. So when Laura contacts...

    Annie Fitch used to be a police detective, until being injured in a shooting and now living on partial disability from the police and started a private investigator to make ends meet. Most of her current work is doing background checks and surveillance jobs. Not quite what she wants he...

    This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland I really enjoyed Exposed Fury. I enjoyed trying to figure out what was going on and getting to know these characters. Really I got to the end and was hoping there would be more, that this will be a series as I would definitely rea...

    After being seriously injured when she was a police detective, Annie Fitch left the police force and became a Private Investigator. The work was very different for her now that she did background checks and surveillance. So when Laura Carlton hired Annie to get evidence that her husban...

    Annie Fitch is a former police detective still recuperating from the shooting that cost her job and who is now eking out a living as a private investigator. She and her dog discover the remains of a man who the police subsequently determine was a victim of foul play. It turns out to be...

    "Annie barely registered her name. The hair stood up on the back of her neck, and a chill ran down her spine. It didn't seem possible. She'd just taken pictures of Nick Carlton kissing a redhead yesterday afternoon. Regardless of how she felt about his morals, Nick Carlton had been ful...

    Former police detective Annie Fitch is trying to start a new life as a private investigator after being injured on the job which left her temporarily maimed and no longer fit for active duty. She has been hired by a new client that would like her husband followed. The client believes h...

    I did not want to put down ?Exposed Fury.? It kept me guessing and wanting more. It flowed and was easy to read. Author Marie Flanigan does a masterful job of weaving a story about the killing of Nick Carlton, a financial professional in Leesburg, VA. Annie Fitch?s dog, Chester, ...

    I was asked by the author for a honest review. This is a very well written novel. Annie Fitch is a former police detective shot in the line of duty. Still recovering from her injuries, she is now a private investigator. There is lots going on in her life. Her boyfriend, Ford, is always...

    Life has evened out for former detective Annie Fitch after she lost her job after suffering three gun-shot wounds. Now, working as a private investigator, her life is back on track. While walking her dog, Chester, she finds a body in one of the town alleys. After following the husband ...

    Exposed Fury is an aptly named novel. I really enjoyed the watching this case slowly come together while the clues were unearthed. I really hope that Exposed Fury is the start of a series, because the case was solved and wrapped, but Annie's love life is one thing I would like to di...

    This book is written like a hybrid between a Cozy Mystery and Cop procedural. I will say that the main character being a PI made the mystery a little more digestible. There was also the link that she only started looking into the murder on her client's insistence. This mak more sense t...

    Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan surprised me in the powerful presence of Annie Fitch. After finishing the novel, I hope that this will emerge as a series. Annie Fitch, an injured, ex-cop, now works as an investigator. I liked the way that Marie Flanigan inserted various tropics, such as...

    While following a cheating husband for the wife, Annie Fitch, former police detective now private investigator ends up finding her cheating husband lying on the ground dead. There are many, many people mostly boyfriends and husbands who would like to put him out of their misery. Annie ...

    So pleased to have the author request my review of her novel! I was captivated by the first sentence and didn't lose interest at all till the last page ... unless of course you consider I wanted a sequel. I loved it for satisfying my love for "who-dunnits" along with police proce...

    I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. And what a gem! I love a good mystery book. I also really like private eye stories. But more importantly, I love a book with great characters. Annie is a great female lead and I?m sure hoping this is the first in a series of An...

    Exposed fury by Flanigan. I was given a copy to review. A clever whodunnit which kept me guessing to the very end. The protagonist, Annie, a private investigator, is hired to follow a husband whom she finds dead, thanks to her dog. And there follows her investigation, along with a boyf...

    Life changes create a whole new set of problems for this very bright P.I. whose mindset will never be anything but her life as a detective. This was a good read with a nice descriptive type of writing that brings smalltown Virginia to life. Will definitely read this author again. ...

    4.5 Review upcoming ...

    Great book. Well written. Great characters. I really enjoyed this story and am looking forward to reading more of Annie?s exploits. ...