Paris, 1945. Foreigner and struggling private investigator Daniel Ransom takes a missing persons case that seems like any other. Before long, however, things begin to look a bit more serious, a bit more... sinister.
Strange occult references turn up at the crime scene, and Daniel begins to hear word of a new hallucinogenic drug hitting the streets. A drug that sells faster than opium and, more often than not, finds its users committed to the insane asylum.
Can Daniel crack the case and find the missing person before it's too late?
Fans of John Locke, Russell Blake, and James Patterson will love this quirky detective thriller series with clever characters and suspenseful settings.
What did you like best about Ransom, P.I.? What did you like least?
I liked the story. It kept me listening.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
I wouldn't say edge of seat, but interesting.
Do you think Ransom, P.I. needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Yes. Actually, I presumed there would be one. But even so, the ending was poor. It needed another chapter of the story. It left you confused rather then, can't wait for next one.
Any additional comments?
I would read book 2.
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