The premier of Nick Scott's TV talk show, The Gay Detective, appears to be a big hit until his first guest ends up murdered. Nick, also a detective with the Chicago Police Department, and his older, straight partner, Detective Norm Malone, hunt this heinous serial killer tagged The Reaper. This odd couple encounters both personal and professional conflicts as this suspenseful noir thriller races to a surprise conclusion that leaves Nick and Norm battling for their lives.
Who goes back on the air to host his second tv show just one week after both his first guest and his mate of 16 years are both killed? And then goes back week three after his second guest is killed. And then his third guest is killed...did they not give the third guest a 24 hour guard:? Did the police not think she was now bait? Great premise but undeveloped characters with unrealistic behavior.
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What disappointed you about The Gay Detective: Nick and Norm in Chicago?
Unrealistic! You call that police work? The show he hosts is a joke, but then he returns to work a week after his lover, partner, producer of same show is murdered?! Completely ridiculous! Then guest after guest is murdered but, hey, no need to warn anyone or, I don't know, protect them? Frustrating
Has The Gay Detective: Nick and Norm in Chicago turned you off from other books in this genre?
No, just this author
Would you listen to another book narrated by Theodore Copeland?
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
I couldn't finish it. I read more than half but it was too frustrating to finish