City of Saviors by Rachel Howzell Hall

City of Saviors

Los Angeles Homicide Detective Elouise Norton encounters her toughest case yet in City of Saviors, the fourth installment in the critically acclaimed mystery series from author Rachel Howzell Hall.After a long Labor Day weekend, seventy-three-year-old Eugene Washington is found dead in his Leimert Park home. At first blush, his death seems unremarkable―heatwave combined wi...

Title:City of Saviors
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ISBN:0765381192
Edition Language:English
Number of Pages:304 pages

City of Saviors Reviews

  • The CurvyJones

    I love love love me some Sergeant Lou Norton! She's like a Timex... takes a locking and keeps on ticking! This book was so worth the wait. Fabulous job, Ms. Hall!

  • Lisachinnery

    Lou is back!!! She is wounded after catching her last killer but pushing through in true Lou fashion. In this fourth installment, we continue to really get to know Lou. She is a little like all of us when we have work to do, we push through and get it done. She’s got a murderer to catch. This time it isn’t a missing child but another vulnerable member of our society who is preyed upon by those who should be helping and not profiting. There are plenty of twists and turns to keep the pages turning

    Lou is back!!! She is wounded after catching her last killer but pushing through in true Lou fashion. In this fourth installment, we continue to really get to know Lou. She is a little like all of us when we have work to do, we push through and get it done. She’s got a murderer to catch. This time it isn’t a missing child but another vulnerable member of our society who is preyed upon by those who should be helping and not profiting. There are plenty of twists and turns to keep the pages turning. It is great to see Lou advancing in her profession against some stacked odds and resistance by her peers, standing her ground where she can and giving in when she must. In the end, as always, we are rooting for Lou to find peace within herself, real love and ultimately her health.

    If you are in Denver, Rachel will be at the Tattered Cover on Colfax on August 27th at 2pm

  • Audrey

    3.5 stars.

    Another solid entry to this newish series. I really appreciate the author's efforts in conveying the difficulties that Sgt. Elouise Norton has with her struggles in race and gender within the LAPD. And trying to hide her ptsd while juggling a really icky case and knowing that there is some sort of underlying issue at work. I also liked her support system. The case itself, while a solid procedural, was slightly predictable. There were some steps that I'm surprised that the detectives d

    3.5 stars.

    Another solid entry to this newish series. I really appreciate the author's efforts in conveying the difficulties that Sgt. Elouise Norton has with her struggles in race and gender within the LAPD. And trying to hide her ptsd while juggling a really icky case and knowing that there is some sort of underlying issue at work. I also liked her support system. The case itself, while a solid procedural, was slightly predictable. There were some steps that I'm surprised that the detectives didn't first pursue.


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