Literary Crime Thriller – Blind Spots

Blind SpotsBlind Spots
By Patrick Garry
Publisher: Kenric Books
ISBN: 978-0983370345
Genre: Crime Thriller, Legal Thriller, Mystery, Literary Fiction
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), pdf

After an inner city family is shot and killed by a young boy, the police commence a search for the person who supplied the gun to the boy. Milo Krantz is one of the first to be arrested. As a rent collector for a notorious slumlord, he is one of the most despised people in the neighborhood. However, when he later appears in court, Milo does an abrupt about-face: he not only confesses to the crime, he refuses to say anything in his own defense.

This sudden change in attitude baffles Gunther Mulvaney, the detective who arrested Milo. Suspicious that Milo is taking the fall for someone else, a stubborn Gunther continues his investigation, which eventually intersects with one being conducted by a private investigator secretly hired to explore the mysterious circumstances surrounding the hospitalization five years earlier of the judge in Milo’s case. But not until Gunther uncovers Milo’s past connection with the judge does he begin to learn the real story behind Milo’s confession.

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