Bartender, PI - Ethan Stone
4.5 Stars ~ Review by Brandilyn

People who know me know that my reaction to humor is subdued. Things most people find laugh out loud funny I just roll my eyes at and move on… sometimes they might elicit a smile. So to get me laughing out loud in just 82 short pages is quite a feet. Ethan Stone accomplished this feat not once, but twice with his tongue-in-cheek look at the life of the bumbling Linc Carpenter, ex-hockey star turned beer slinging PI (there were also numerous smiles to be had).

Linc lost everything he ever worked for when he tricked with the wrong man’s son. He is trying to start over, but his lack of any non-hockey related skills, and really any life skills or common sense, tend to hamper his efforts. Enter Brady. I will be honest; I have no clue what Brady sees in Linc. Linc would probably drive me up the wall in about five minutes, in real life, but in the context of the story, I just had to shake my head, smile, and see what came next...

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