©2004 Brian Pinkerton; (P)2009 Books In Motion
"Brian Pinkerton's first thriller takes familiar themes, but repackages them with skill and some daring, resulting in a page-turning read that's just cinematic enough to grab you and force you to read well past your bedtime." (William D. Gagliani, Chiaroscuro)
Books are a big part of my life. Happiness is a beautiful evening on the houseboat with a good book :)
The story started out pretty good but went down hill from there. It dragged with almost a juvenile feel to the writing style. The ending was corny and predictable.
This is a very exciting read that held me captivated from the very first sentence.Nothing is at it first seems in this very gripping tale.
My only complaint is that the narration, which is usually excellent, really falters on the men's voices. The voices of the men just don't sound believable. Otherwise the reader is emphatic and
tells the story in a wonderfully, measured manner.
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