Book review: A Chip and a Chair by Cordelia Kingsbridge

A Chip and a Chair by Cordelia Kingsbridge 

Series: Seven of Spades #5
Release Date: March 11, 2019
Page Count: 382 pages
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Detective Levi Abrams and PI Dominic Russo are reunited and more committed to each other than ever, but they can’t truly move forward with their lives until the serial killer who’s been tormenting them is behind bars. When a secret burial site is discovered in the desert with the remains of the Seven of Spades’s earliest victims, that goal finally seems within reach.

But just as the net is tightening, the Neo-Nazi militia Utopia launches their master plan with a devastating act of terror that changes the landscape of Las Vegas forever. As Levi and Dominic scramble to prevent the city’s destruction, they’re opposed by treacherous forces that propel them toward catastrophe. In the end, Levi’s fate may rest in the hands of the very killer he’s been hunting.

The race to save Sin City is on, and these players are going for broke. No matter how hopeless things seem, as long as they’re together and they’ve got a chip to play and a chair to sit in, they’re still in the game.


Wow!! That was a hell of a ride! I didn’t guess the seven of spades so I was pretty surprised. The second half of the book was full of action and sometimes I felt it was a little bit over the top. I did guess the ending though so it wasn’t that much of a reveal. I must say I didn’t love this book as much I loved the others in the series. I loved the epilogue!!

It feels like the ending of something huge. Something that has kept me up on nights. 
I would recommend this series to anyone who loves mystery/action and romance.

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