No way. They pulled so many stereotypical yet flat characters into their barely there plot it was overwhelming. Not one character ever developed into anything but wallpaper. Even with the use of several explicatives - which seemed like a 6 year olds attempt at sounding like a grown-up - not one sentence crawled beyond the competent threshold.
Stop populating your books with granny's wearing scuba suits and try writing some decent dialouge and a coherent storyline.
Almost anyone but them. Both sounded like they were being tortured into reading - when Kafer didn't sound like he was listing baseball statistics.
A devil may-care-cow. Not something you see everyday.
Don't buy this book. I love to listen to half-baked mysteries - bubble gum for the brain. This one wasn't just poorly written - it seemed to have been concocted by someone who left their local watering hole at three am, twelve shots in and who thought they were literary geniuses.
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