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    Not as much fun as I'd hoped

    This story started out fast and funny and then became neither. I suppose in the context of the story, Marie was behaving the way a normal woman would when confronted by the bizarre situations she encountered. Still, she and James Lavall were barely heroes at all. Both were alternately whiny, or stupid and my growing dislike for them slowed the pace of the book for me. There wasn't too much of a mystery here, and the two villains were almost as inept as the investigators. Quite frankly, without the assistance of the heroes, I expect the two of them would still have been caught by the police. As far as the supernatural element of the story went – moving Farley Hewitt on to the next plane was the only thing interesting enough to keep me reading this thing to the end. Unfortunately for this author, it's not enough to make me pick up another of the series.

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