If you like Gerrison Keillor you will like this story. He goes into much more detail of his characters than on his weekly raido program. I could listen to him tell stories all day long.
From the start it was clear she was inocent. Her lawyer did a great job proving beyound a reasonable doubt that she was inocent. But at the celebration party, what a twist.
I have always respected fire arms. I know the story was dramatized, but the basic elements of how these men are trained and how they work is fascinating. After hearing this book, I respect the men in our military even more. I also have seen the movie, but the book is better.
I am glad it was free. By the end of the story, I wish it would vanish from my libray.
It started off good, and went down hill from there.
If you like a lecture on the terms and history of the internet great. It was like listening to someone read a dictionary of computer terms.
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