PsyCop 7: Spook Squad
By Jordan Castillo Price
Spook Squad had a lot of great moments. There were a few mysteries, some Vic (and Jacob) are asked to solve, and some they just decide they need to solve. Also interesting is how Vic’s opinion of Con Dreyfuss changes over the course of the book, despite his instinctual distrust of the FPMP, despite his concern for Lisa.
I like that Vic is always learning new things, about his abilities and what he can do, but still beats to his own drummer.
Vic tends to let things distract him. As someone with Squirrel-brain, I can relate, but there were parts of this that made me want to hold up a banner with arrows pointing this way and that. There were parts when Vic was so focused on trying to solve the mystery of who shot Roger Burke and how Laura was involved that I wanted to shake my head that no one was looking at the obvious. Wasn’t Vic possessed back when Roger Burke and Jennifer Chance kidnapped him by Doctor Morgenstern? Hasn’t it been established that possession is easier to accomplish with mediums?
I do like Laura, and I liked how it ended. I wish there’d been more Crash, but the next should book fix that.
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