By Ronald Glanz
PDQ is an interesting book. When a series of convenience stories robberies suddenly go bad and end in murder Detectives Schultz and Finney are even more determined to find the perpetrator.
But nothing is ever simple and this story offers up a surprising twist when it comes time to charge someone with these crimes. The characters in this book are for the most part quite pitiful in the unhappiness they seem to be stuck in.
Overall this was an attention grabbing story (except for a couple of typos that broke my reading concentration). This book is set in Madison, Wisconsin in 1990. Get ready for surprise.
I was provided a copy of this book by the author through TCBN/BookFun.org in exchange for my honest review.