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Stormi's Review: The Case of the Invisible Souls (Jarvis Mann #6) by R. Weir


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PUBLISHER: r. weir

RELEASED: June 24, 2017

GENRE: mystery, thriller, suspense

LENGTH: 53 pages

FORMAT: ebook

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***THE CASE OF THE INVISIBLE SOULS SYNOPSIS***

With Christmas a few weeks away and happy these last few months had been quiet, Jarvis Mann decides to take on an interesting case. A homeless veteran knocks on his door with a story of how several of his homeless companions have been bribed and taxied away never to return. Taking pause to the man’s story at first, Jarvis digs deeper learning of plans to clear out the homeless. When the man is attacked, and seriously injured, Jarvis goes undercover, learning more about life on the streets than he ever knew, becoming one of the Invisible Souls in search of an answer.

FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS

R. Weir has become one of my favorite authors. He brings a great short story here with a powerful message.

Jarvis Mann has been asked by Parker, a homeless veteran, to help investigate some men coming and taking his companions "to work" and then them never coming back. Jarvis learns a lot from these homeless veterans concerning the fact that the government hasn't done what they need to do to care for them, which is why so many are on the street along with many other homeless men and women. This is a short story that is packed full of action and was another great read from and awesome author.

I guess this book touched home with me because my husband is a Vet and we have dealt a lot with the VA and the government. I know first hand how they deal with veterans. So yes, this book paints a very true and sad picture of our forgotten men and women. I feel that a story like this can help others open their eyes and help in whatever ways they can. This story was well written and one I will be telling to my friends


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