From Amazon.comWhen a bloody painting is found hanging on a caf wall, Benny James is summoned by the local police department. As a retired FBI detective now working as a private investigator, he remains a major player when it comes to peculiar murder scenes and cracking clues.Tracking down the killer with Officer Vernon Kearns, the partners find bizarre art pieces that lead them to discarded bodies. As the list of suspects grows, a couple of artists living in a broken down plantation house piques their interest. One of the artists has the odd habit of taking on the personalities of others. The other has a secret she is desperately trying to hide.Vernons detective skills mature as he and Benny rendezvous with another eccentric cast of characters, new and old. For the small town in Georgia this may be the most important case of Bennys life as the town teeters on fears edge....
|Title||:||Brushed Away (Benny James Mystery #3)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||269 pages|
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Brushed Away (Benny James Mystery #3) Reviews
Very cleverly written! I didn't have any clue as to the endong! Language as g reted, story flowed well nd good cast! Good read! No nihhtmares, guaranteed !
Several twists and turns. Good continuity of characters. Most characters are likeable, even lovable with all their flaws. A good read.
Benny James, ex-FBI is called out to view a painting in a local cafe - a painting done in blood. Further bizarre art pieces and bodies are found.
With the help of Officer Kearn and Red, can the cases be solved.
Loved this, hope there is more to come.
Not the final book??? Please NOOOO!!!!
I just love the eclectic characters that turn up in this book. Red, Ned, the Chief, Uncle Karl and of course Benny and Rachel keep me turning the pages.
The homicides and crime scenes are interesting enough without too much gory detail.
Please Mr. Deas, keep the series going.
This book by Jason Deas was very exciting. I am just glad I didn't have to see all the blood. I am also glad he brought Rachel black.
Fantastic—-couldn’t put it down!
Story kept me interested and the characters were unforgettable.
Although it’s a murder mystery it’s not gory and the story is believable. The characters were funny and down to earth.
Bring on more from this author.
The Benny James series is filled with characters he surrounds himself with that are lovable and characters he unfortunately must search out that are despicable. The combination of both makes for a very enjoyable read that has touches of humor, yet just enough acts of malicious homicide. I rate this one 4.5 stars.
All 3 of Mr Deas books of Benny James mysteries are awesome. They are spellbinding. I recommend them for easy reading!