Dead Aim

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In Perry's new novel, an ordinary man tries to help a young woman and finds himself drawn into a lethal struggle with a deadly adversary--and then another, and another, and another. Perry's "writing is as sharp as a sushi knife, " said the "Los Angeles Times" about "Blood Money, " and the same can be said about this new novel by the author of the Edgar-winning "The Butcher's Boy."

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Schogmonster

Apr 15, 2007

Perry fan very disappointed!

Very disappointed in this book. Love Thomas Perry. Read everything since The Butcher's Boy. Recently got father-in-law hooked. Although not a big fan of the Jane Whitfield series. Perry books usually move at a very brisk pace, but this one plodded along slowly. It seems like both author and protagonist were going through a mid-life crisis. Not a single character I cared about, and it seemed liked author was trying too hard to make the main character sensitive. Recommended: The Butcher's Boy, Sleeping Dogs and Pursuit.

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