police detective

Oct 21, 2021

The fifth season of Gotham has some of my favorite episodes in the series. Gotham Season 5 was the aftermath of Jeremiah Valeska detonating bombs across Gotham. Now there is no way out of Gotham and there are only a few GCPD officers left to protect the city against Penguin's army, Scarecrow's crew, Riddler’s broken mind, and the other villains who carved up territory in Gotham as well. In this final season you can see how James Gordon saved the city from the break of destruction and how Batman was born. I had an amazing time watching the last season of Gotham, but I did not want it to end

The Neon Rain

By James Lee Burke
4
Rated by Hilary S.
Jul 7, 2016

Detective Robicheaux finds a body floating in the bayou while he's on vacation. While out of his jurisdiction, he feels some responsibility to make sure that things are taken care of. Unfortunately for him, his persistence has ruffled all the wrong feathers, but he doesn't know whose or why this should be. As Robicheaux looks for more information, he is further entangled into a seedy web of crime. Sorting through all those threads seems to just bring more trouble, and less understanding. First, Robicheaux finds that he has been targeted, which is OK by him. But his contact with an FBI agent

Devoted in Death

By J.D. Robb
4
Rated by Lisa J.
Oct 7, 2015

"The first kill was an accident. Mostly." And so Darryl and Ella-Lou’s quest to reach New York City begins with a string of bodies in their wake. 

Eve Dallas and Roark have just returned from a post-Christmas holiday on their tropical island. The year is 2061 and as soon as they return to NYC, where it's cold and snowy, Eve and her partner, Peabody, are called to a homicide scene. The victim has been horribly tortured before being put out of his misery. Eve almost misses the murderer's signature; a heart carved into the victim with the initials E and D inside. Eve wonders if this is the signature of a serial killer. If so, where are the other victims? As far as she can find there have been no other murders...