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    Fascinating

    A fascinating story with historical references in the investigation of several murders and disappearances.
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    Demon Lemon

    Genial, estuvo genial. Me encantó totalmente. Espero 2 libro.
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    Sooner or later

    Gripping first person narrative of a murder, and more,mystery. Conventional. So far. However. The hero is a dysfunctional paraplegic It's set on the furthest tip of the South Island of New Zealand It switches repeatedly between past and present action. And surprise surprise, there are twists from middle to beginning and back to the end. Sometimes not in that order. It has an easy to read laconic style set by the character of the narrator. As a vehicle for self examination and reconciliation with ones failings flaws and disappointments it adds something to what is a dense action narrative, it also occasionally gets in the way. As a self help book it has good intentions but kind of relies on becoming a hero, a super sleuth, a rugged survivor, a desirable sexual partner , in order to reveal the glow of self worth. Quite self centred on the hero ,if you see what I mean, which leaves most of the other players ,and to a certain extent the location, as, a bit two dimensional, support acts .But then again so it was with Philip Marlowe. A interesting and engaging read.
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    Dead Lemons

    Definitely a different type of book then I'm use to reading. Keeps you reading and on trying to figure out where it's taking you. I would recommend if you enjoy mysteries with a twist.
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