When Teddy Ruzak loses his mother he decides to make some changes. Alone in the world, Teddy is at home in his own head. He can be chivalrous and naïve, and he’s more likely to cogitate than to think. Teddy approaches the world with a sincerity, and a vocabulary, that a lot of people don’t understand.
An unfolding mystery and interesting characters make this first book in the Highly Effective Detective series a light, entertaining read.
I'd say this book is passable. Nothing amazing or ground-breaking about it, bland overall.
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