B.O.Q.: An NCIS Special Agent Fran Setliff Novel by N.P. Simpson
Reviewed by Raul
For fans of military detective fiction, Simpson provides both a great new detective and a politically sensitive mystery. If you are unaware, there is a special agency that investigates crimes on Marine bases, namely the Naval Criminal Investigative Service – NCIS for short. There are the popular CBS shows with the same name, but this book delves into the life and dealings of Special Agent Fran Setliff as she investigates the suspicious death of Ann Buckhalter, the wife of a retired colonel and journalist.
Former members of the military will find much to enjoy in Simpson’s book. Not only does the murder happen at Camp Lejeune – the largest Marine base in the world – where the reader familiar with the camp will note areas and places that really exist, there is much detail illustrating the hierarchy set…
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