Series: Long Beach Homicide

Author: Tyler Dilts

The Pain Scale (2012)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 1
The second in Dilts's Long Beach Homicide series. The author's writing has improved, but his use of the same odd simile to describe a character in both the first book and this one was a bit distracting...frankly, my immediate reaction was "how lazy." I started reading this one within hours of fin...
Pain Scale, The (2012)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 1
Now that I've read all three of Tyler Dilts's books in a 2 week period, I can officially assume I like his books. They aren't the best writing I've ever read. But the characters are engaging, and the stories are entertaining. I also really enjoy the way he uses musical and literary references. I ...
King of Infinite Space, A (2009)
3.78 of 5 Votes: 3
Engrossing storyline; couldn't wait to finish it... yet not wanting the story to end. From me, high praise indeed. Beckett and Tanaka are sooo human...not infallible, but tenacious enough to buck the system in the pursuit of justice. Author Tyler Dilts zoomed to the upper ranks of my fave mystery...
A Cold and Broken Hallelujah (2014)
3.61 of 5 Votes: 3
Enjoyable book, with crisp, efficient writing that melted away the more I read. Generally, I'm continually aware of an author's writing to some degree, but with this novel I found myself just concentrating on the story. It also has an authentic feel as a police procedural. I may be wrong, but it ...
Cold and Broken Hallelujah, A (2014)
3.61 of 5 Votes: 1
FIVE stars means I'm hooked on Dilts' writing style. So entertaining, knowledgeable, comfortable yet edgy. Polishing off this, the #3 in the Long Beach Homicide series, I'm heavily emotionally invested in his characters now. They are more fascinating and appealing than the storylines; however the...