Book Reviews of Sorry Now? (Paul Turner, Bk 1)

Sorry Now? (Paul Turner, Bk 1)
Sorry Now - Paul Turner, Bk 1
Author: Mark Richard Zubro
ISBN-13: 9780312082994
ISBN-10: 0312082991
Publication Date: 10/15/1992
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Sorry Now? (Paul Turner, Bk 1) on + 7145 more book reviews
Paul Turner is a Chicago detective with two sons, who happens to be gay. When Bruce Mucklewrath, a televangelist with a message that leans towards gay-bashing, ends up the victim of a crime, his daughter dead, Paul and his partner are called in to lead the investigation.

What they discover are a number of crime scenes against those who are homophobic, all with the cryptic message of "Sorry now, aren't you?" Paul struggles to tie the cases together with a possible conspiracy against the gay community, while dealing with his kids and a possible relationship with handsome doctor George Manfred.

The book had a great premise, and the storyline was well-thought out, but the lack of real characterization and an abundance of typos in the book kept me from truly enjoying it. I'll still probably look for the second book in this series, but it wasn't one of my favorite reads.
reviewed Sorry Now? (Paul Turner, Bk 1) on + 7145 more book reviews
Paul Turner is a Chicago detective with two sons, who happens to be gay. When Bruce Mucklewrath, a televangelist with a message that leans towards gay-bashing, ends up the victim of a crime, his daughter dead, Paul and his partner are called in to lead the investigation.

What they discover are a number of crime scenes against those who are homophobic, all with the cryptic message of "Sorry now, aren't you?" Paul struggles to tie the cases together with a possible conspiracy against the gay community, while dealing with his kids and a possible relationship with handsome doctor George Manfred.

The book had a great premise, and the storyline was well-thought out, but the lack of real characterization and an abundance of typos in the book kept me from truly enjoying it. I'll still probably look for the second book in this series, but it wasn't one of my favorite reads.