Grab by Jeff Elkins

Grab by Jeff Elkins
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Suspense/Mystery, Contemporary
Length: Short story (54 pages)
Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by Snowdrop

A cheating husband. A missing nanny. A suspicious organization.

Moneta Watkins and Stacie Howe are on the case.
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Private Detective Moneta Watkins has a special gift – she can relive people’s memories. With her partner, Stacie Howe, she tackles the cases no one else can solve.

The first installment in the Adventures of Watkins and Howe, Grab is a fast-paced, action-packed, supernatural thriller that will take you on a journey you will never forget.

This is a short, cute book with a quirky female private eye. A private investigator who helps the police instead of constantly butting heads with all of them. Nice for a change. A little bit of paranormal involved but not enough to throw me off at all and I am not particularly a fan of the paranormal genre. The talents of Moe, the private investigator, actually added to the story and in some ways made it more exciting. Moe is basically your beginning P.I., taking cases typical to all investigators…photographing cheating husbands, bail bond chasing, and so forth but this time Moe gets a case that’s a little more involved. Grab is book 1 in a 2-book series titled “The Adventures of Watkins and Howe a Supernatural Thriller”.

I was not disappointed with this story. However, I did feel that way not getting to know the characters better. Other than the fact that Moe had cute odd-colored shoelaces and Stacie loved good clothes we didn’t learn too much. Elkins says in his dedication that he is grateful for someone helping him to bring these two characters to life. He just didn’t delve far enough or deep enough to do that in my opinion. I could just tell I would like Moe and I wanted to know so much more about her. I wanted to know enough to be able to build a picture of her in my mind. I felt the same about her friend Stacie. You know, we readers like to be a part of the story. It’s what keeps us turning page after page as fast as we can. But it’s hard to become a part of the story if we can’t picture the characters involved.

What I’m trying to say is that this is an enjoyable read, and an interesting storyline, but I needed to know the characters much better to enjoy it all.

Jeff Elkins also has many other books published. All have good ratings. Check them out.

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