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  • average at best

    I thought it was a convoluted plot with too many characters to keep track of.

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  • Gripper of a story.

    Before you start this book make sure you have lots of time. As you go forward, you willget so involved with each character that you just read on and on. Debra Purdy Kong has a real way with words to keep you wondering who on earth is the baddy.

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  • Great mystery, worth the read!!

    This was a great book, kept me interested from first page. Lots of twists, enjoyed that book moved at good pace. Also having luved in Vancouver for years enjiyed the familiarity of sites streets and landmarks.

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  • Bad rollercoaster ride!

    What a rollercoaster ride! And I don’t mean that in a good way. I had high hopes for this book. But my rollercoaster started way-up in the stratosphere and went straight down till it crashed and burned at the end. This certainly shouldn’t have been called a mystery. Everything was pretty obvious once we had enough information. Thriller is a slightly better label… I think that the only reason I finished the book at all is that Ms. Kong is a reasonably good writer. Unfortunately, there was more wrong than right with her story. I didn’t really like any of the characters. Casey Holland is hard to like, and practically everyone else in the story was a crook, or a cop who made “incompetent” sound like a compliment. This was also a perfect storm of people doing exactly the right thing or nothing at all. I’m handed a set of floor plans just before a six-hour flight, I will read them in the last chapter. I have a gun, the crook has a tire iron, and has been shot and also wrestled to the ground. Guess who knocks the gun out of my hand? I can’t go on any further. This was 20% good writing, and 80% let’s make it more exciting so I can sell the movie rights.

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  • Follow Debra Purdy Kong and Casey Holland!

    A different heroine. Not an ex-special forces, ex-spy, etc. She is a curious, motivated participant. The problem is stated early but the suspects are plentiful and confusing until the very end. The plot keeps moving and was hard to put down.

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