For those who are keeping score, here are the standings on all the components I've noted most reviewers object to: (1) The barest mention of voodoo but no in-depth details or practical usage; (2) Mild profanity; (3) No romance; (4) No explicit sex; (5) "Aggressive behaviors" as opposed to down-and-dirty violence; (6) No child or animal abuse; (7) No religious/alternative lifestyle agenda or promotion; (8) Not a cliffhanger ending; (9) Grammar and punctuation police, come ahead on Not much of a plot, and as a legal procedural goes this is pretty bland, with not much drama or action or suspense if that's what you're looking for, and that includes the aspect involving women's boxing, but that's okay; not everything has to be high-drama and a high and bloody body count. On the other hand, if you're new to the legal procedural genre and aren't sure if you'll like it this would be a decent place to get your feet wet. Some nice...
Tubby Dubbonet runs into all types of characters--some good; some not so good. They're all fun though, and all of them are people you know or know of if you live in this crazy, wonderful city. Start from the beginning and read his entire series. It's as comforting as good read beans and rice on a rainy Monday.
Tony Dunbar never fails to deliver the goods and Trick Question is no exception. Protagonist, Tubby Dubonnet is at it again - solving the most heinous, if oddly absorbing, crimes that the grand dame of the South has to offer. New Orleans, as much a character as location, comes alive in vivid descriptions of the myriad of sensual delights she has to offer. Mr. Dunbar introduces us to them all in pages chock full of crawfish boils, filet gumbo, and sultry women of the night. I enjoyed Trick Question because of its own intriguing twists and turns- but also as a continuation of the relationship I began with Tubby three books ago in Crooked Man. Any reader who wants a guided tour of the complexities of the human heart as well as the back streets and secret gardens of New Orleans is invited into the Tubby's world where nothing is quite what it seems. Like the other books in the series, Trick Question was a great read - a guilty pleasure I couldn't resist.
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