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    Heads you lose

    I love this book… it is so cool how both of the authors leave each other at cliffhangers and how they kept the notes to each other at the end of the chapter. As for the story itself, I find it a little bit confusing, but it is good and kind of creepy. Overall it is a very well written book and very unique to any of the other books I've read.
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    A jumbled mess

    Ever had an idea only to figure out later, up execution thereof, that it was just "too clever" or "too complex". This book (which I listened to as an audio book) is just such a project. The plot line is totally convoluted to prove to the reader that the book was written in alternating chapters by the 2/alternating authors. Included are "cute" communications between the too authors. If you like a murder mystery that is well/cohesively written -- pass on the "too cute", jumbled mess. (Even worse on audio book where the performers also alternate by chapter so that you can't keep track of which voice is which character.)
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    Difference but Funny

    Two writers come together to write one mystery in alternating chapters. Included are their e-mails back and forth as the book progresses and things appear to be getting out of hand. Once again, the comedy is stronger than the mystery in this Lisa Lutz book. I laughed so hard at parts of this, especially the letters. The plot was a bit of a mess, although it did come to a decent climax at the end. All in all, a worth while read.
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