Book Review

November Newsletter Book Review: Texas Ranger

A Book Review by Jodie Martin

Texas Ranger By James Pattterson

( co-authored by Andrew Bourelle)

The story begins with a not so typical good-guy, bad-guy race to save the damsel, though she’s not your average damsel in distress. However, in this case she surely is in distress. Our hero in this story is disgraced Texas Ranger, Rory Yates. The disgrace he faces is two- fold. He is under suspicion for the gruesome murder of his ex-wife, and the shame he feels for failing to find the real killer. He must fight time and the powers that be in the bureau to find the real killer, and clear his name before everyone he cares about dies of mysterious “accidents”.

There was a fairly good twist at the end, however, being from Texas might have colored my opinion of the book.

I give it 3 1/2 stars, out of 5.

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