Shelby Alexander is a ‘fixer’ that shady people turn to when things go off the rails.
He’s no private detective and he’s no saint. He’s not a young hot head either. He’s almost sixty, retired, and living in splendid isolation outside Serenity, Michigan. That doesn’t mean he’s out of harm’s way. In fact, just the opposite becomes apparent when a young woman drops in to die. Serenity is the story of what happens after that.
Serenity is well written, and I was deftly led astray by the storyline, which means I enjoyed a couple of unexpected surprises.
Shelby is one of those characters that grows on you, so it won’t be long before I’ll be reading the next one in this series.
I didn’t quite know what to expect of a story set in rural Michigan. It certainly wasn’t anything like Yorkshire but ShelbyAlexander is just as headstrong as young Sam Dyke.