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Friday, November 6, 2015

Dead Sleep by Greg Iles

Greg Iles is a master of tension.   This book focuses on a somewhat famous photo journalist and her missing sister.   The FBI and New Orleans figure prominently in the story.

Jordon Glass is a twin and she is missing her sister.   She travels the world shooting misery with her lens but finds personal misery far too close.   Iles provides us with background on Glass so we have some idea of how she became the person in the story.
There is brutal action and behavior not suitable for the faint of heart.   The pace is intense with nothing as it seems.  Even the obvious doesn't always turn out to be obvious.   The author has no difficulty killing off characters to enhance the story.  Be warned, don't get emotionally involved, you don't know who will be missing in the next chapter.

This was an excellent mystery, a quality plot and nothing predictable.

I strongly recommend.


web site: http://www.gregiles.com/

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