Getting a real feel for the troubles of Eastern Europe during the early part of WWII. Not as familiar to Westerners as the occupation of France and the battle of Britain
A James Bond style story with some totally improbable decision making to put our hero into action. Could have been a decent story with some interesting history as background. But then the hero agrees to exchange himself for the damsel in distress, with virtually no backup. Why?
I haven't read any other of his books, and don't think I'll bother.
The reader had the annoying approach of trying a Mexican accent for gevala. Sounded more like a comic imitation of a Mafia wise guy.
Only to friends that would have the taste for something like this.
Effiminate. Accent didn't sound right.
Complex and interesting study, not only of the crime, but also the investigators..
Appears to have been written as a movie idea. Too preposturous of a plot for a serious mystery or whatever this pretends to be.
Guidall is an excellent performer.
Not read anything else by Martini
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