Wrecked

Wrecked Review

Isaiah Quintabe--IQ for short--has never been more successful, or felt more alone. A series of high-profile wins in his hometown of East Long Beach have made him so notorious that he can hardly go to the corner store without being recognized. Dodson, once his sidekick, is now his full-fledged partner, hell-bent on giving IQ's PI business some real legitimacy: a Facebook page, and IQ's promise to stop accepting Christmas sweaters and carpet cleanings in exchange for PI services.

So when a young painter approaches IQ for help tracking down her missing mother, it's not just the case Isaiah's looking for, but the human connection. And when his new confidant turns out to be connected to a dangerous paramilitary operation, IQ falls victim to a threat even a genius can't see coming.

Waiting for Isaiah around every corner is Seb, the Oxford-educated African gangster who was responsible for the death of his brother, Marcus. Only, this time, Isaiah's not alone. Joined by a new love interest and his familiar band of accomplices, IQ is back--and the adventures are better than ever.

Title:Wrecked
Edition Language:English

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  • Meredith

    “Get ready, son,...Cause Karma’s about to kick your ass.”Blackmail, conspiracy, and an awkwardly sweet romance are at the forefront of Wrecked, the third book in the IQ series. This is a fast-p...

  • Liz

    I really enjoy this series and find it one of the most refreshing to listen to. Sullivan Jones just does a superb job as the narrator. Dodson and IQ are now partners. In my mind, Dodson comes across a...

  • Josh

    Isaiah Quintabe (aka IQ) can be likened to a modern day Sherlock Holmes, such is his superior intellect and heightened powers of deduction which are comparable to the renowned PI of early crime fictio...

  • Kathleen

    This is Ide’s third offering in the IQ detective series. Welcome to East Long Beach, a desolate part of Los Angeles dominated by liquor stores, auto shops, and taco places. IQ uses his deductive rea...

  • Tim

    The interesting start is wasted by fraying off into many directions and culminating to a tragic end. 3 of 10 stars...

  • Faith

    I still like IQ, the colorful characters and the sharp, fast dialogue, but this book is a hyper violent torture fest. The first book was so good, but I think the prospect of filming this series has hu...

  • Amy

    It doesn’t usually take me this long to finish an IQ mystery. I tore through the two previous books in a day or so. “Wrecked” was different.From the very beginning, this was obviously a very dif...

  • Tom Swift

    This is the 3rd installment of the IQ series. IQ is a young man in South Central LA who solves crimes as a private detective. He is the Sherlock Holmes of the hood. Fun, fresh series....

  • Lou

    Check out my Interview for 2019 with Joe IdeStory opens with a prologue bringing the reader back to things past, from real world news, ones of past horrors and Abu Ghraib, men and women part of those ...

  • Maine Colonial

    I liked the first two books in the IQ series, IQ and Righteous, but this one was a lot harder for me to like because of the repeated, detailed descriptions of torture. I’m also a mystery lover, and ...