A definite page-turner and an intriguing "Whodunnit," "Exit From Grace" will get your wheels turning. It evinces intelligence and creativity on the part of Gregory Scott Kase and leads the reader to draw "obvious" conclusions, only to wonder a few pages later whether he might not have been a little hasty in doing so.
Through clever (and often humorous) banter, situational intrigue, and unexpected hooks (no put intended for those who have read the book), Gregory Scott Kase weaves together a multi-faceted tale with multiple levels of intriguing detail. Some of those details were key; others, not so much. In fact, some I'd like to have seen developed more thoroughly as they were quite clever and integral to my not wanting to put the book down.
My only reason for giving the book 4 stars instead of 5 is that I found a few parts a little disturbing (I don't typically read mysteries for that reason. It's not my preferred genre), I wanted to see a little more character development, and I desired to know how a couple of loose ends eventually got tied up.
That being said, I think this book flowed as well and was as gripping as "Full Black" by Brad Thor. What more can I say? Four stars not withstanding, I heartily recommend this book to anyone wanting an intriguing, well-thought-out, mystery read.