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  • An excellent syp mystery, very well written

    This mystery book takes place during WW II and the main character is a British agent, working in North America. Forty valuable paintings acquired by the Nazis are found on a ship heading to Mexico for sale to raise funds for the war effort. The agent, Hawkins, is assigned to follow the works and try to find the Nazis and their collaborators. The book is written in an intelligent, articulate manner, beyond the norm for this genre. The Hungry Blade was suspenseful and had just enough action that it was difficult to put down. And yet, it was the the fascinating characters and the Mexican locales that made it particularly interesting. That, plus the well-developed characters and the relationships made this the best fiction book I have read this year (2.5 months). The previous book, New York Station, merited a 4 star rating but this one is definitely worthy of five stars.

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