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Ratings and Book Reviews (6 33 star ratings
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    The prodigal son

    Ending premature. Left too many questions. Preferred Author's books on Australia. Reminded me of Agatha Christie's red herrings.
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    The prodigal son

    A gripping story. Very readable and attention grabbing. I found it hard to put down
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    The prodigal son

    Hard to follow with all the different characters and the ending of the book leaves much doubt as to the actual perpetrator of the crime and many unanswered threads of the plot unfinished
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    1.5 stars

    For me, this was unconvincing. The characters were inconsistent, and there was a lot of dialog between characters, particularly the detectives' discussions, to move the story along. (I felt that the detectives made rather a lot of assumptions, with no proper evidence.) Other reviews have mentioned about the racism; I also felt uncomfortable about the depiction of the characters. So, not really my cup of tea. That said, it is a light, easy-reading whodunnit with a bit of a twist.
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    The Prodigal Son

    Characters were a little difficult to follow at times. However the plot was good and kept one thinking.
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