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PsyCop 5: Camp Hell

PsyCop 5: Camp Hell By Jordan Castillo Price This fifth book in this series finally shows us a look at Vic’s past at the training facility, Heliotrope Station, or for those who actually suffered through and survived Camp Hell. We see these … Continue reading

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PsyCop 4: Secrets

PsyCop 4: Secrets By Jordan Castillo Price This fourth book is especially interesting because it brings about some interesting developments. Where previous books have had Vic working various cases through his job at the 5th precinct, this one has him taking … Continue reading

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PsyCop 3: Body & Soul

PsyCop 3: Body & Soul By Jordan Castillo Price   The third outing for Vic, a third partner (well third since Maurice anyway), but third times a charm, right? Vic hasn’t had a whole lot of luck in the partner … Continue reading

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PsyCop 2: Criss Cross

PsyCop 2: Criss Cross By Jordan Castillo Price   Second adventure for Vic, Jacob and their friends.  This story has Vic breaking in a new partner since Maurice has retired and things with Lisa didn’t exactly work out as planned.  This one … Continue reading

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Review: PsyCop 1: Among the Living

PsyCop 1: Among the Living By Jordan Castillo Price   So much love for this series.  Vic is this heartbreaking combination of that person you sort of recognize but kind of don’t want to admit to, and the vulnerable but yet … Continue reading

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Review: PsyCop Briefs: Volume 1

PsyCop Briefs: Volume 1 By Jordan Castillo Price     Coffee O’clock: First off, this first story in this lovely (yes, I said lovely) anthology is really the best kind of story to start with, especially if (like me) you … Continue reading

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