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Safety Valve [Ebook] ➤ Safety Valve Author David Chill – Thomashillier.co.uk Alternate cover editionASIN BNSQJPWA legendary sports agent is accused of trying to kill his business partner, and he asks Burnside for help Despite their checkered history, Burnside, the former USC f Alternate cover editionASIN BNSQJPWA legendary sports agent is accused of trying to kill his business partner, and he asks Burnside for help Despite their checkered history, Burnside, the former USC football star and LAPD officer, is intrigued enough to take the case As Burnside probes into the seamy world of sports marketing, he uncovers much than he bargained for There are a surprising number of former clients, spurned lovers and angry underworld figures who harbor plenty of motives to commit murder With many avenues to go down, Burnside doggedly pursues an investigation that confounds everyone involved and also causes the authorities to suspect Burnside himself of a capital crime in which he had no involvementCombining an intricate plot with compelling characters, the fourth Burnside mystery leads readers down yet another treacherous path Fraught with wry humor, the unexpected climax of the story will take readers by surprise in ways than one.


10 thoughts on “Safety Valve

  1. David Chill David Chill says:

    The 4th installment in the Burnside Mystery series may be the best yet Burnside, the former USC football star and LAPD officer, is asked to investigate a shooting incident involving a shady sports agent who has been identified by the police as a person of interest Bringing back a fascinating character from a past book, David Chill sets Burnside down a treacherous path of murder and intrigue As he combs through the evidence, he finds the police are now very interested in his comings and goings The 4th installment in the Burnside Mystery series may be the best yet Burnside, the former USC football star and LAPD officer, is asked to investigate a shooting incident involving a shady sports agent who has been identified by the police as a person of interest Bringing back a fascinating character from a past book, David Chill sets Burnside down a treacherous path of murder and intrigue As he combs through the evidence, he finds the police are now very interested in his comings and goings and start to even suspect Burnside has played a role in a capital crime.In order to exonerate his client, Burnside must first prove that he himself played no role in the crime And as the story careens to its dramatic climax, the reader is treated to an ending that is very unexpected inways than one


  2. Tulay Tulay says:

    Good ending.This was the fourth book in this series, my favorite was the first book Post Pattern All the books are full of football, fights and what moves to make and when Like in all books two cases he s involved in One ends with not much fights, but second one has so many twists and turns and he gets paid good Burnside is caring human, I like him, but so many sentences are the same in all of the books If you read all of them one after another, you will feel like skipping some pages But a Good ending.This was the fourth book in this series, my favorite was the first book Post Pattern All the books are full of football, fights and what moves to make and when Like in all books two cases he s involved in One ends with not much fights, but second one has so many twists and turns and he gets paid good Burnside is caring human, I like him, but so many sentences are the same in all of the books If you read all of them one after another, you will feel like skipping some pages But at the end you ll be smiling


  3. Moses Ruperto Moses Ruperto says:

    Very good


  4. Nancy Nancy says:

    I figured out the killer a bit before Burnside, but that was fine I enjoyed the the descriptions of LA, the little football tidbits fortunately, they don t get overwhelming , and his romance with Gail I finally figured out that their relationship reminded me of Spenser and Susan s in Robert Parker s books I like the way Chill has developed it, and I actually think it s a bitreal One thing I liked in this book was that Burnside seemed to have better control over his smart mouth He sti I figured out the killer a bit before Burnside, but that was fine I enjoyed the the descriptions of LA, the little football tidbits fortunately, they don t get overwhelming , and his romance with Gail I finally figured out that their relationship reminded me of Spenser and Susan s in Robert Parker s books I like the way Chill has developed it, and I actually think it s a bitreal One thing I liked in this book was that Burnside seemed to have better control over his smart mouth He still had it, but he used itjudiciously


  5. Quillracer Quillracer says:

    Like the previous books in this series, this is a well told tale.Chill keeps Burnside a realistic character, making him tough when he needs to be but affable the rest of the time.Chill may be emulating Robert B Parker s Spenser series by not giving Burnside a first name It doesn t quite work as well here as it does in Parker s books There it seems natural here it seems as if something is missing.I ll keep reading these books if Chill keeps writing them.


  6. John Bunyan John Bunyan says:

    Until I was part way though I didn t realize this was by the same author as Bubble Screen, which I had read It is the next book after Bubble a Screen in this detective series The continual explanation of what football is like, what L.A Is like etc gets a bit tiring The writing is not exceptional but it s a good read.


  7. Carol Mcclellan Carol Mcclellan says:

    These books remind me of Spenser For Hire by Robert B Parker They re the gritty stories of a private investigator and his relationship with his girlfriend now wife They are very entertaining to me.


  8. Kate Kate says:

    CaptivatingThe author was able to keep the storyline interesting and moved the sequence of events in a way that kept you turning the pagesa good read.


  9. Donald R Coscia Donald R Coscia says:

    Murder,fraud, and football.Burnside is a good detective Well written story Story flows smoothly You will want to keep reading until the end.


  10. Dale Feagins Dale Feagins says:

    Nice P.I mysteryThis P.I series is worth reading If you can start off with book 1 However Chill does a good job referencing the previous book.


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