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According to Walsh, the Egyptian amulet, which he called a charm, has curative powers, so he needed to have it. Being a wealthy man, he could afford to buy it, but the ones being sold online are fake. Dominic Gallo is the man who will help him steal this charm. The possible people who might have this amulet are Dr. Stack, Jeffrey Stahl, and Melinda Stark. Detective Tom, Melinda's boyfriend, had organized a surprise birthday party for her. Jason, Jackson, and Matt were on their way to attend the party. They were taking Matt's route and decided to greet his father, Dr. Stack. Surprisingly, they discovered he was bleeding. Jason tried to stop the bleeding, while the rest called 911. Who is Officer Billings? What is the relationship that exists between Billings and Dominic?
A homicide was discovered; the victim was Jeffrey Stahl, who happened to be Jason's friend. Tom and Detective Lansing needed to investigate this homicide to know the killer and the motive behind the homicide. But investigations were interrupted by instructions from above. Who interrupted the investigation process? How was the killer discovered?
I was amazed and overwhelmed by the romantic love that exists between Melinda and Tom, and I also applaud the understanding they have and the forgiveness virtue they portray. This book discourages robbery, killing, and cheating. It is worthy of note that this book teaches good friendship and care. It is also essential that people employ determination, focus, and perseverance in whatever they intend to achieve or accomplish. I will also want to emphasize diligence and hard work in one's profession or job. I sincerely admire the optimal carefulness and critical thinking displayed by the detectives. More so, this book practically teaches good parenting.
This book is absolutely full of suspense and well-detailed; no stone was left unturned. Also, the story is well-structured and organized. I commend the author for this engaging and fascinating story. I also love the fact that the characters were well explained, even though numerous characters were involved. The story is not complex; it is intriguing and easy to comprehend. I will not forget to mention that the story contains two grammatical errors. Hence, it is professionally edited.
The only negative aspect I could observe is that each chapter did not have any captivating headings, which would have made it more fascinating. I will thereby give Third Time's the Charm by Michale Mohr five out of five stars. I will suggest this book to anyone who desires to learn how to carry out tactful investigations and research. I will also recommend it to anyone who desires to inculcate the virtues of love, forgiveness, and good friendship.
Third Time's the Charm
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