#BookReview Hayden Jon Marshall by Travis Myers & Natasha Myers Marsiguerra @NMarsiguerra #TommyKeane Title: Hayden Jon Marshall

Author: Travis Myers and Natasha Myers Marsiguerra

Series: Tommy Keane #2

Published by: Bully Press on Nov. 19, 2020

Genres: Mystery/Thriller, Police Procedural

Pages: 198

Format: Hardcover

Source: Bully Press

Book Rating: 8/10

A three-year-old boy disappears from a public park, in full daylight, and no one sees a thing-not even the child’s mother. In a city of millions, with not a single clue left in the park for Detective Tommy Keane, the suspects could be endless. Where does he start to investigate? And what will he uncover? Are the answers on the streets he knows so well? Or hidden online, deep within the dark web?


Devious, intense, and disturbing!

In this latest novel in the Tommy Keane series, Hayden Jon Marshall, we head back to the streets of New York City where Detectives Keene and Doyle now find themselves investigating the case of a missing three-year-old boy who seems to have vanished without a trace from a local park.

The writing is taut and gritty. The characters are flawed, persistent, and methodical. And the plot, including all the subplots, unravel quickly into a menacing tale full of suspects, clues, control, power, manipulation, swirling emotions, kidnapping, violence, and careful deduction.

Overall, Hayden Jon Marshall is a twisty, action-packed, satisfying addition to what is undoubtedly turning out to be a dark, suspenseful, compelling series by the Myers siblings.


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Thank you to Bully Press for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.


About Travis Myers and Natasha Myers Marsiguerra

Travis Myers and Natasha Myers Marsiguerra are a brother and sister team who both grew up in New York City.

Travis is a retired New York City Police Detective, and Natasha works for the IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) Local 234 in California.

Together they form a perfect team in that Travis, who has more stories to tell than a pub full of Irishman, suffers from dyslexia and abhors anything to do with reading and writing. Natasha, his beloved little sister, is an avid reader of absolutely anything that is put in front of her and has been blessed with the gift of gab. She can out-story just about anyone, in any room, at any given time, and she can also type 60 words per minute. More importantly, Natasha is able to understand where her older brother is coming from, and craft his stories into a readable format.

Together, they weave the Tommy Keane Detective series into well braided fictional tales that are nearly all based in actual events that they, and their friends and relatives, have lived. Travis and Natasha deliver on their promise to deliver gritty, honest stories that are rooted in the everyday lives of everyday people.

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