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REVIEWS OF THE NOVEL, MATTER OF DISCRETION:
Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite: 5 STARS Move over Jethro Gibbs, Tony Dinozzo, and Timothy McGee to make room for NIS Special Agent Harry Reiner in Matter of Discretion by Donna Lee Davis! This book reminded me a lot of the NCIS television show with how it followed a crime and the subsequent investigation. Yet, it truly set itself apart with how it included religious elements and focused on the lives of the main characters instead of just the crime committed. I liked how real the author made the characters feel; they felt more like real people than fictional characters! My favorite character was Damon Keith as I respected the way that he saw his assignment to Quantico as a test of humility and embraced it as such, instead of fighting against it. Overall, I was surprised by how much I enjoyed immersing myself in the lives of the characters, especially Damon Keith, and I would love to read more about these characters in future books!
Reviewed by Kathleen Mahoney for Arlington Catholic Herald The who-done-it novel is an intriguing tale and also comes off as a paean to the Catholic priesthood . . . Davis hardly has scratched the surface of the wealth of material from her Quantico years. May we expect a sequel featuring Father Keith? Let's hope so.
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