The Touring Pro: A Person of Interest

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The Touring Pro: A Person of Interest by Frederick L Malphurs is a crime and investigation novel following the life of a golf Player, Mickey.  A young and resilient golf player, Mickey finds himself in the middle of an investigation following the murder of his caddy, Dexter. Mickey’s quiet life is disrupted the moment two detectives, Detective Sergeant Samuel Diaz and Detective Bruce Bunnell knock on his door.  Mickey’s life is about to change forever and life as he knows it takes an unexpected turn.

Frederick L. Malphurs has done an impressive job in creating vivid imagery of the events in theis riveting book. Every detail, every emotion, and every sentiment is captured clearly with the right choice of words and the readers cannot help but feel as if they are in the same room with the characters. Although the novel is a crime and investigative narrative, the language used is not limited to that kind of setting.

The first chapters of the book are a bit slow as the reader is presented with back and forth questioning of the two detectives.  There is not much action or plot development to keep the readers hooked. But don’t let this deter you as the author dives into the character’s backstories so that the rest of the book moves at a much faster pace.

I loved how Mickey’s story made me question most of the things we do on daily basis. At the end of the book, the readers have a whole new perspective. So many emotions are explored in this book; joy, sadness, fear, anxiety, anger, all delivered with a dash of humor and intrigue.

The Touring Pro: A Person of Interest is an engaging whodunit’ type of story that is held up by interesting characters and pushed forward by a compelling mystery.

Pages: 797

          

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