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Plum Island by Nelson Demille

Plum Island by Nelson Demille (1997)
This is the first Nelson Demille book I’ve read in many years, and I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. It's the first book in Demille’s John Corey series. Corey is a NYPD homicide detective staying on Long Island while recovering from gunshot wounds received in the line of duty. His friend, the police chief in the area, calls on him to “consult” on a double-murder investigation. Corey’s intelligence and insightful observations make the solving of the mystery interesting, but it’s his wise-cracking, sarcastic, often brash, humor that really makes this book enjoyable. I’m excited to read the rest of the books in this series, as well as checking out the other Demille series and stand-alone novels that I hadn’t read before.

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