Bite Me: A Dev Haskell Novel By: Mike Faricy
Review by Jennifer
Book Blurb: Another Dev Haskell tale, read them in any order you wish. Wise cracking, back slapping, wrong thinking PI, Dev Haskell has just landed his dream job, providing security for people who don't need it in the first place, until someone shoots at them in broad daylight. Things quickly fly out of control and Dev suddenly finds himself under the police microscope, literally tied up in a relationship and dodging a growing pile of bodies that all seem to be linked to him. Another in the entertaining Dev Haskell series from Minnesota's Master of the Bizarre, Mike Faricy
I was given and e-copy of the book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
PI Dev Haskell thinks he has scored a job that will be easy pickings. After a crazy night with a psycho named Kiki, he gets a call from the owner of KRAZ. The owner states that Dev was recommend by Kiki, which should have been a warning, and wanted to know if he was up for a security job. Dev figured the job would be easy enough since the clients were working out of a "closet" type studio. All is going well, well pretty boring for Dev, until all hell breaks out. One minute Dev is providing security, the next he is running from the law. Dev has gotten into some situations in the past, but this time he may have bitten off more than he can chew.
The storyline kept me entertained from beginning to end. If nothing else, you are sure to get a few laughs on Dev's expense. Can't wait to read more of the series. I was told that you can read the series in any order, but I do feel that reading "Russian Roulette" first helped me understand a little more as far as Dev and his lady friends background.