Murder in Missoula Laurance Giliotti


Retired federal agent Joe Nicoletti is ready for a change. He dreams of a simple life far away from Washington, D. C where every street corner reminds him of his dead wife.

When he is offered a faculty position at the University of Montana he sees it as a dream come true. A chance to start over.

He never dreamed he would have a second chance at love. He never dreamed he would become the prime suspect in a high profile murder case. He never dreamed he would be forced to undertake the most important investigation of his life. But dreams can turn into nightmares when there is Murder In Missoula.


Received from netgally in exchange for an honest review this has in now way affected my opinion

This book  was very slow pace for me and the fact that we already knew the killer before hand really surprised me and I was not impressed with that. I didn’t really feel anything for the characters at all as they felt very dull and just one dimensional. I wanted more background on everything within the story from the other murders that have occurred to exactly why the serial killer that is in Missoula started his killing. He seemed creepy enough but I didn’t think because of the background he had as a kid would make him kill but hey who knows.

Now Nicoetti is a suspect within this case because he was the last person to see her alive and evidence points to him so it is up to him to solve this case before he gets behind bars. Now I did enjoy the fact that he never gave up and had a lot of interesting ideas as to who was behind It but it felt predicatable. the way the cops handled the case with having Nicoletti be involved was not something I was expecting and thought that was very weird. There is not really much for me to say about this book but that It may be for you as it wasn’t very much for me

2/5 Stars



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