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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Body Language by James W. Hall

Hall is a captivating author. I have tried to buy all his books, haven’t read them all yet, but I have tried to acquire them. He has the ability to grab you in the first few pages and then keep you turning pages until your done. I enjoy his characters and his style. “Body Language” introduces Alexandra Rafferty, a police photographer. The book starts with an incident that defines her character and then moves to the present and a series of murders she is documenting with photography. Plenty of action and good characterizations will keep even the demanding reader busy. I recommend it.

Body of work of James W. Hall


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