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Saturday, November 10, 2012

The Moon Pool by P.T. Deutermann

Keep in mind, I see myself writing recommendations rather than reviews.   I can save you some time, I recommend the book.   Deutermann and this book once again, kept me up late reading.   Cam Richter who we met in Cat Dancers  and Spider Mountain is back.    Cam, Frick and Frack once again face myriad dangers, the FBI, Home Land Security, delusional hackers, psychotic ex-military and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

I have all four books in this series and will be enlightening my readers with my reactions, sweaty palms and all.   I reviewed Cat Dancers  and then Spider Mountain on this blog a few weeks ago, this book is every bit as good.   I have to feel that Deutermann is a dog person; he writes of Cam’s sidekicks with respect and love but also is able to be pragmatic about them.   Cam’s love for his canine companions is once again aptly demonstrated. 

Deutermann portrays his protagonists with nearly bottomless loyalty and unbelievable persistence, often to their determent.  Cam’s fellow ex-cops demonstrate the astounding depths of friendship  .

Cam and other characters express dismay over the state of the American psychic and derision for many of the agencies tasked to keep us safe.   Deutermann is very even handed in his characters’ criticisms.   This book, as the others in the series, is a nail biting action adventure.

I highly recommend it.

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