Opening Day A Matt Davis Mystery Opening Day is a B R A G Medallion Honoree Girls are coming through an Upstate New York fishing village but they aren t all coming out alive Out fishing Police Chief Matt Davis stumbles upon th

  • Title: Opening Day: A Matt Davis Mystery
  • Author: Joe Perrone Jr.
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Opening Day is a 2012 B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree.Girls are coming through an Upstate New York fishing village, but they aren t all coming out alive Out fishing, Police Chief Matt Davis stumbles upon the remains of a murder victim, killed approximately six months earlier With no evidence, no ID, and no clues, it s up to Matt to not only find the murderer, but to discoverOpening Day is a 2012 B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree.Girls are coming through an Upstate New York fishing village, but they aren t all coming out alive Out fishing, Police Chief Matt Davis stumbles upon the remains of a murder victim, killed approximately six months earlier With no evidence, no ID, and no clues, it s up to Matt to not only find the murderer, but to discover the victim s identity.

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    1. Reading just like a Patterson suspense, Opening Day does not disappoint. From the very start, Mr. Perrone weaves a mystery of epic and tragic events, starting with a body and ending with a bang. We have Police Chief Matt Davis, a former city cop trying to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and move to a slower pace. He has a wife who is his best friend, awesome friends who keep him entertained and offer stimulating conversation, a secretary who is as feisty as a spitfire, and a dead body t [...]

    2. this book has a good setup with the flashbacks of the girls but is too confusing. the author tries too hard to build suspense but instead just got me lost. I finished the book just to read to the end but was not too impressed. luckily it was only 4 bucks so I'm not too hummed out.

    3. Cozy in setting and characters, gritty in detail, equally convincing in police procedure and the tying of flies for fly-fishing, Joe Peronne’s Opening Day takes Matt Davis out of New York City but keeps him firmly in the world of crime and victim. Village life is filled with well-drawn characters met at station, diner, on the road or by the river. But even the quietest, safest place can hide secrets, and a dead body found in the water may be just the first of many.While Davis quietly fishes fo [...]

    4. I enjoyed my first read from Mr. Perrone’s pen, Opening Day. While written in the first person and present tense from the perspective of Police Chief Matt Davis, a retired NYPD Detective moved to a small quiet town, I enjoyed this read. I rather appreciated the short chapters and back history of three run-a-way girls. Not knowing which one was the murder victim. Good characterization throughout the plot, while also building a variety of possible local perpetrators. It wasn’t the surprise end [...]

    5. I really enjoyed this book. I found likeable characters and storyline introduced at a steady pace, and I enjoyed the jumping back to the time of the murder with possible victims. The fact that you didn't know which of the unfortunate runaways had met their end until the reveal at the end of the story keeps you turning pages.

    6. Actually 1.5-2 stars.This was really bad. It was nearly impossible to follow all the characters and the timeline and it was just poorly written with grammatical errors and really bad editing.This was a sequel to AS THE TWIG IS BENT. That was only OK; this one was really bad.

    7. Loved it! It's been awhile but I remember. I especially like the relationship dynamics between Matt andeveryone. Fun book to read.

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