Identity Theft: A Kenny Elliot Mystery

Identity Theft: A Kenny Elliot Mystery

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, crime-fiction, on-my-shelves, fiction, Mystery

“A suspense novel from page one, and you never knew which way the character or storyline was going to go.” –Reading Is My Remedy

Kenny Elliot has decided to quit his job as a police detective with a knack for perceiving things beyond the scope of ordinary people. He dreams of leading a normal life with Carmen, the woman he loves, and the mother of his child. But when the pastor of his church asks for his help, he discovers that a fellow police officer, David Yates, has gotten himself into a jam that only someone like Elliot can handle.

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    Identity Theft: A Kenny Elliot Mystery Reviews

  • Deacon Tom F

    Not For MeI have to admit that I really didn’t enjoy this book very much. It had lots of action and moved very quickly but I just couldn’t get into it.Language seem kind of sloppy from time to tim...

  • Bonnye Reed

    NetgalleyJan 9.2020Black Rose Writing...

  • Doug Yonce

    Be careful when reading this book. The author draws you into a maze of mirrors with so many twists and turns, you’re not sure what’s happening. Detective Kenny Elliot had planned on retirement, bu...

  • Bookread2day

    A crime mystery with unexpected twists. I loved the opening Kenny Elliot is a cop who decided to end his career with the Tulsa Police. Kenny has just found out that he has a son and that Carmen Garcia...

  • Sam Sattler

    Identity Theft is my first exposure to Bob Avey’s four-book Detective Kenny Elliot mystery series. This one works pretty well as a standalone, though, so if you’re new to the series like me, don...

  • Chelsie

    Fast paced thriller, that keeps you guessing the whole time. Police officer Kenny Elliot isn’t feeling this career anymore and is turning in his resignation. He’d rather work a little off the book...

  • Paul

    This is my first Det Elliot novel, and it has an incredible number of twists, so it's not a light read. But it is pretty engaging and interesting. Even though it's categorized as a thriller, it's real...

  • Dorothy Minor

    When I received an ARC of Identity Theft by Bob Avey, I was immediately intrigued because the story is set in Tulsa, OK. I enjoy reading about places with which I have some familiarity. It is fun to r...

  • Liv

    Over recent weeks, it has become very clear to me that my favourite genre of books to read are mystery/thrillers. I love a complex, multi layered ,twisty-turny ( technical term ...) mystery book espec...

  • Tony Parsons

    Tulsa OK. Detective Kenny “Bulldog” Elliot (Tulsa PD Homicide Detective) laid his resignation on Captain William “Bill” Dombrowski desk. Nick Brazelton (old friend) & Kenny were enjoying their...