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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Buy Back by Brian M. Wiprud

An entertaining look at a criminal subculture in Brooklyn, NY features 6’6’’, 270 pound Tom Davin as a pseudo insurance investigator. Davin’s search for answers in a caper gone awry provides action, adventure and suitable twists and turns for the most jaded mystery reader.

Davin is a highly likeable character who has a unique outlook on what he considers criminal. He has a very ethical personality based on his skewed outlook on life in general and Brooklyn life in particular.

Davin’s vulnerability is captured and is juxtaposed with his size, temperament and career moves. The mystery and action are very well done and provide plenty of raw material for thoughtful speculation.

I really enjoyed the book and the quirky characters.

I highly recommend the book.

Body of work of Brian M. Wiprud

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