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Monday, April 14, 2008

The Cold Moon by Jeffery Deaver

This is the first Deaver book I have read. The main character is a quadriplegic ex-detective with a devious mind and an astounding ability to make intuitive leaps. I find that many mysteries I read aren’t terribly mysterious. Jeffrey Deaver’s plot is stupendous, superb, simply awe inspiring. He gave many, many clues. This was a good story, an outstanding read and a fiendishly clever plot. Well done Deaver!
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1 comment:

heather (errantdreams) said...

'a quadriplegic ex-detective'

Now that's an interesting and challenging character!