Hi all. I've been working on that book "Revenant of Dennison, and I've found that not only is the title going to change, but the story would profit more if the two primary agents of the story, vigilante Keith Davidson and homicide Detective David McKnight, both told their story from a first-person POV, with the third person only being with scenes where there is another person involved and its from their point of view, ie, the true antagonist of the story, since Davidson is more of an anti-hero.

The antagonist is part of a backstory for most of the series that I've come up with, which was a surprise cuz I thought I'd gotten everything down pat. Anyways, I was just wondering whether having two first-person POVs can be done or if I'm getting a bit too original there....

Of course, for all I know, this is a stupid question to which I already know the answer: "If it serves the purpose of the story better, do it." But since my logic can sometimes be skewed, thought I'd better double-check....