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    Great read !!!

    This guy puts Patterson to shame. I read Patterson's newest "bestseller," and Laukkanen makes it look boring. Both writers build suspense with short chapters but Laukkanen keeps the writing tight too, clippy, staccatto, fast, relentless. It is his second novel with the police team of Stevens and Windemere. The cop duo is night and day as a team, but the yin-yang relatinship/personalities works making the story move along at a brisk spiralling pace. Great read !!!
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    This time out, Laukkanen gives his two protagonists a larger cut of the story than in their first outing (The Professionals). A wise move, given that Carter Tomlin, the accountant turned bank robber whose crimes bring FBI agent Windermere and Minnesota investigator Stevens back together is an ugly man who only gets uglier as the book progresses. In his entertaining and smart debut, The Professionals, a compelling band of university educated, underemployed kidnappers run afoul of the mob, and the resulting action-filled escapade made you feel for the young criminals, clearly out of their league. With Criminal Enterprise, you just want Carter Tomlin to get his. His turn from family man to homicidal mastermind was a stretch, but there were some solid character moments with Kirk Stevens and Carla Windermere, as well as a few good action set-pieces that kept this novel from falling apart completely.
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