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    Slow

    The story drags with descriptions the main character would have no way of knowing. I quit reading part way through the book And deleted it from my library.
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    Well worth reading

    Dennis Kenyon’s ‘Dangerous Appointment’ is more than acceptably written for a free, self published yarn. At times, it was a little over written and repetitive and I had a big problem with accepting the premise that a Moslem extremist group would join forces with the Catholic IRA, but then again, it IS IS fiction. There were a few cultural anomalies ( Americans don’t use the terribly British word ‘Daft’ for example, but perhaps I’m being picky) All in all ‘Dangerous Appointment’ is a very readable novel, although ‘breathtaking’ is certainly not an adjective I would use to describe it.
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