Read What the Dead Leave Behind (Mac McKenzie, #14) Online Free - Once a police detective in St. Paul, Minnesota, Rushmore McKenzie has become not only an unlikely millionaire, but an occasional unlicensed private investigator, doing favors for friends and people in need. When his stepdaughter Erica asks him for just such a favor, McKenzie doesn t have it in him to refuse. Even though it sounds like a very bad idea right from the start.
The father of Malcolm Harris, a college friend of Erica s, was found murdered a year ago in a park in New Brighton, a town just outside the Twin Cities. With no real clues and all the obvious suspects with concrete alibis, the case has long since gone cold. As McKenzie begins poking around, he soon discovers another unsolved murder that s tangentially related to this one. And all connections seem to lead back to a group of friends the victim was close with. But all McKenzie has is a series of odd, even suspicious, coincidences until someone decides to make it all that more serious and personal.
|Title||:||What the Dead Leave Behind (Mac McKenzie, #14)|
|Number of Pages||:||320 pages|
June 08, 2017
First Sentence: The way he paced recklessly in front of me, bouncing off the furniture, tripping on the throw rug/ the way he looked at me with unblinking eyes—I decided the kid was messed up.
Former police detective, now unlicensed investigator, Rushmore McKenzie is asked for a special favour; fi...
August 13, 2017
Another winner by David Housewright. I love sense of humor he puts into his character, McKenzie, and the inner voice is a great addition to his character. Another excellent Minnesota author.
August 03, 2017
Housewright's latest addition to the Rushmore McKenzie series is a complexly plotted, satisfying mystery. Each book in the series exhibits McKenzie's debates with his Inner voice and his dry sense of humor, though the latter is less evident in this one.
Early in the book McKenzie tells someone th...
June 12, 2017
Minnesota is currently fertile ground for mystery authors, especially those veteran writers who produce series that are consistently excellent. David Housewright is one of these authors. His Rushmore McKenzie series is now 14 books long, and yet his lead character still intrigues. McKenzie is an...
June 09, 2017
Very well done. Dialogue is natural, easy, and fun. Characters are generally quick-witted and likable. Plot is fun, and did not expect the outcome. A quick, fun read. I'll definitely pick up more by Housewright.
But... needed one more pass by an editor. Some internal descriptions are mutually inc...
October 13, 2017
The book, the first one in the series I have read, is a fast-paced complex murder mystery with a good story flow, and well-described characters, studying people’s inner worlds as well as their interpersonal relationships. As the story develops and gets more complex with each chapter, the suspense...
July 20, 2017
Another great installment the Mac McKenzie series by David Housewright. In this episode MacKenzie is asked by his girlfriend, Nina's daughter to helper friend discover who killed his father. At first MacKenzie says no but because he likes a puzzle he begins to investigate and the more he looks th...
June 28, 2017
Cop turned millionaire McKenzie can't say no to his stepdaughter, so when she brings home a friend whose father was murdered, he agrees to see why the police investigation has stalled. Easy--no evidence, but McKenzie is led to the company where the dead man had been HR director, and whose preside...
June 23, 2017
It was barely a two star. The authors depiction of women is despicable, I can't believe his portrayal in this day and age. Rape is rape, forget the job. Erica is a spoiled brat and I'm sick of hearing how beautiful Nina is, isn't there any more to her than a pretty face and an available body? I'v...
August 09, 2017
Mac agrees to help a friend of Erica, his girlfriend's college age daughter. This leads him into a suburban social club (Hotdish) of sports parents - one of the group was murdered years before. This leads him to investigate other deaths.
I have never read a book in the series before, but was still...