Drums, Guns ‘n’ Money: A Lou Crasher Thriller by Jonathan J. Brown is a thrilling and engaging read that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Readers are introduced to Lou Crasher, a drummer, manager, and amateur investigator who is determined to solve the murder of a band member. Lou’s passion for justice, love of sandwiches and alcohol, and quirky personality make him a likable protagonist.
Author Jonathan Brown has done an excellent job building an intriguing cast of characters. Lou’s romantic interest, Detective Natsumi Tanaka, is a beautiful, courageous, no-nonsense woman who complements Lou’s headstrong personality. Jake, Lou’s brother, adds mystery to the story, while Moose, Lou’s friend, brings his own brand of strength to the narrative. The characters grow and develop throughout the book, adding depth and dimension to the story.
The story’s pace is expertly crafted and will keep readers entertained from start to finish. The world-building is a standout aspect of the book, with the setting intricately woven and believable. Despite the story’s gritty elements, there is enough action, tension, and suspense, and a touch of romance, to make this a thrilling and enjoyable read. There is something in this novel for all readers.
Drums, Guns ‘n’ Money is an entertaining thriller that will captivate fans of the genre. The author’s writing style is engaging and keeps the reader invested in the story from the first page. The satisfying conclusion brings the book to a close, making it a must-read for anyone who loves a good mystery.
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