Exposed Fury

Exposed Fury

Annie Fitch, a former police detective, struggles to make ends meet as a private investigator in the sleepy town of Leesburg, Virginia. On partial disability because of gunshot injuries, she’s relegated to doing surveillance gigs and background checks. But things are looking up, since her on-again, off-again relationship is back on and might stay that way. When Annie is hi...

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Title:Exposed Fury
Author:Marie Flanigan
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Exposed Fury Reviews

  • Julie

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly challenging murder.

    It’s not unusual to enjoy meeting a character and to look forward to learning more about her.

    What is unusual with Exposed Fury is that the introduction of Annie’s friends and family makes me equ

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. We meet former detective, Annie Fitch while she is dealing with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained in the line of duty. At the same time, she is facing financial burdens and seeking normalcy in her life while also working to solve a particularly challenging murder.

    It’s not unusual to enjoy meeting a character and to look forward to learning more about her.

    What is unusual with Exposed Fury is that the introduction of Annie’s friends and family makes me equally intrigued about each their back stories.

    I do hope this book is the beginning of a series!

  • Kristin Brown

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia community in which the story takes place is as nicely written as the main character herself - and something I particularly appreciate, as it happens to be where I live. The protagonist is likably flawed, and the m

    My love of mysteries goes back to the days when I discovered Sue Grafton's A is for Alibi - the first book of a series I loved not only because of the interesting characters but the geography in which the stories are set. I enjoyed the same thing in Exposed Fury - the Northern Virginia community in which the story takes place is as nicely written as the main character herself - and something I particularly appreciate, as it happens to be where I live. The protagonist is likably flawed, and the mystery is compelling plotted and not easily guessed - it kept me engaged through the end.

    If you're a fan of procedurals and looking for an end-of-summer beach read, I definitely recommend!

  • Nancy Silk

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery"

    In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveillance and office background checks for companies. A recent widow, Laura Carlton, hires Annie to seek evidence of her husband's cheating. Nick Carlton was wealthy and had numerous benefits such as being addicted to casua

    "A Captivating Murder Investigative Mystery"

    In the quiet town of Leesburg, Virginia, Annie Fitch is a former police detective struggling now as a private investigator. She had been seriously injured while serving the local police department and her tasks now are limited to surveillance and office background checks for companies. A recent widow, Laura Carlton, hires Annie to seek evidence of her husband's cheating. Nick Carlton was wealthy and had numerous benefits such as being addicted to casual sex. That is until he had been found dead in an alley from a rock blow to his head. This is a very well written, enticing novel with a great story line. A fast story to keep you moving and guessing who the murderer is. Highly recommend.

  • Michael Mardel

    Exposed fury by Flanigan. I was given a copy to review. A clever whodunnit which kept me guessing to the very end. The protagonist, Annie, a private investigator, is hired to follow a husband whom she finds dead, thanks to her dog. And there follows her investigation, along with a boyfriend, and lots of interesting characters, including her support network.

  • R.W. Lang

    Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughout.

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