The Katherine Pride Gallery is the center of high art and low death in Pride and Perilous, book two of the Pride Trilogy and the second of the Kyle Callahan Mysteries. Kyle, an amateur photographer, is about to have his first exhibit at the gallery, located in Manhattan's Meatpacking District. As time ticks away, bodies begin to fall, and Kyle realizes somebody wants this gallery closed forever.
Join the chase as Kyle and his life partner Danny Durban reunite with Detective Linda Sikorsky from the New Hope, PA, police force. They met while solving the murders at Pride Lodge, and Linda has come to town for Kyle's opening, only to find herself joining forces with him again to capture a killer...before he captures them.
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"We used to be outlaws."
What a pleasure to meet up again with Kyle and his six year long partner, Danny. Life for this couple is pretty hectic at the moment: Kyle is best man at his friend's wedding, he has his frst photographic exhibition coming up in a few days and their friend Inspector Linda is coming to stay. Meanwhile, Margaret's Passion, the restaurant where Danny works, is under threat. Then an artist acquaintance is murdered. Time for Kyle to investigate ...
The joy of these books goes well beyond the story, though it is a good one: a psychological thriller with the killer's own point of view interspersed between the chapters on Danny and Kyle. No, the greater pleasure lies with the characters themselves, a comfortable older couple with their everyday hopes, fears and friendships, so well portrayed that they become real people. And this fully three dimensional roundedness is enhanced by K.C.Kelly's reading. His voice is gentle but clear, pleasant on the ear and conveys emotion without hysterics. He is the perfect narrator for this excellent series.
Each of the Pride novels is a stand alone and this is no exception. But beware, they are addictive. My deep thanks to the rights holder, from whom I received a complementary review copy of Pride and Perilous, via Audiobook Boom, for reuniting me with this delightful couple. It's like meeting old friends.
- Norma Miles