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The Guardian

by Dee Henderson

So I’m a total slacker: I not only didn’t take a picture of this book, I didn’t write down the publish year, either.  Ah well.

This is the second book in the O’Malley series, the hero of the story is the oldest O’Malley, Marcus.  As a U.S. Marshall, Marcus spends his time traveling around the country protecting important people, and he starts this book watching a judge–who gets murdered that night.  There is one witness to the murder, and suddenly the young woman Marcus had met earlier the in the evening becomes his number one priority, as the murderer is trying to make sure that she never has a chance to testify against him.

Per usual, the pacing is excellent and the questions raised (and answered) quite good.  4/5.

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