Long overdue are some words about the new book in They Grey Man series, Changes, by JL Curtis. I must say I have enjoyed the series very much. First, it's about great cops and nasty criminals. What a great combination. You will get drawn up in the details Curtis puts on every page. It's all about law enforcement and action, with a little western flare. So how could you not like it?
During the high drama moments, though, Curtis gets a little brazen with his characters and puts them at risk often. Sometimes it is grave. John Cronin has managed to make it through when the dust settles. Whew. I hate it when authors kill off the main character.
Changes involves more of Jesse, his granddaughter, and the Cartel's continual backlash which is relentless but realistic. She is married to her marine. I couldn't help but crack up when she met the women of the military wives. Talk about a fish out of water. Read how she tackles that. If you read the last book, you would remember Jesse was injured in an incident. I won't give any more details in case you are "one of those" who has not read it yet. Jesse hobbles around Changes recovering from injuries where Curtis had her in the line of fire. It was nail biting but she made it through. In the evolving storyline, she shows off her Cronin spirit and adds some new substance.
The book is full of thrills and action with excellent character details, expertise in combating crime, and some occasional humor-all wrapped up in the lives of some characters you will grow fond of reading. And then you will get attached to the series. Pick up Changes at Amazon. In fact, pick up all three if you have never read them. You won't be disappointed.
Bravo, Mr. Curtis! I await the next one...impatiently, of course!