Tuesday, July 27, 2010

NEW REVIEW: Jackson Harris - Fully Involved

Fully Involved: A Firefighter StoryJackson Harris -
Fully Involved -
Available Now -
4 out of 5 books -

Captain Nick Jackson is following the footsteps of his grandfather and father by being a firefighter. Nick’s dad David was tragically killed as a rookie while fighting a fire. But when Nick is assigned to the same firehouse that his dad worked, there are some suspicious questions raised in regards to David’s death. Was it truly an accident, or was there something more sinister going on? To make matters worse, Nick’s mother Peggy keeps insisting that someone actually murdered her husband, but no one is listening to her. Nick’s grandfather James is a retired arson chief who knows more about his son’s death that he’s letting on. James' desire to protect his family may lead to disastrous consequences for all concerned.

Fully Involved is a gripping debut mystery by Jackson Harris. Harris expertly brings readers into the dangerous yet rewarding world of firefighting. The scenes in this book are so descriptive that you feel as if you’re in the firehouse with the characters. This story is set in 2009, but the author also gives you flashbacks into the 1980s and the 1960s while telling the story of David and James. Harris does a good job of giving these flashbacks without losing the reader. This novel would not be complete without some shocking twists as this mystery unfolds. Fully Involved is full of suspense, excitement, and wonderful character development. Hopefully we'll hear more from Jackson Harris in the future.

Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews

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