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Deception

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

A must read! But read Deadline and Dominion first. You're hooked and can't put it down

Randy Alcorn always captures the attention, and fast This is actually the second time I read all three books. About 15 years ago they were recommended to me. I couldn't put themdown then.
After all those years they had remained in my mind as books everyone should read...
Randy Alcorn always captures the attention, and fast This is actually the second time I read all three books. About 15 years ago they were recommended to me. I couldn't put themdown then.
After all those years they had remained in my mind as books everyone should read. Not just a great mystery, but a message that will stay long after you have finished the books.
If only Alcorn woul write another triology!

posted by 12303522 on June 9, 2012

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

An easygoing whodunit with some corny humor and Christian apologetics

How's that for a combination? This is good for a rainy day or to take on vacation. Reading this on the nook presented a problem: with about 10 suspects in the murders, it was impossible to scan back (573 pages!) to recall details about the individuals. The nook versi...
How's that for a combination? This is good for a rainy day or to take on vacation. Reading this on the nook presented a problem: with about 10 suspects in the murders, it was impossible to scan back (573 pages!) to recall details about the individuals. The nook version is also plagued with numerous odd errors in the text, including every use of the possessive "its" containing an apostrophe. It bugs me to pay $10.00 for the equivalent of reading a printer's first galley. That being said, it is still a page-turner, full of Portland, OR-area references. The main character is a supposedly hardboiled police detective with a troubled personal life. He loves his dog, he loves to eat out, and he wishes his Christian friends would quit trying to evangelize him.

posted by Royalanne on April 5, 2010

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  • Posted April 5, 2010

    An easygoing whodunit with some corny humor and Christian apologetics

    How's that for a combination? This is good for a rainy day or to take on vacation. Reading this on the nook presented a problem: with about 10 suspects in the murders, it was impossible to scan back (573 pages!) to recall details about the individuals. The nook version is also plagued with numerous odd errors in the text, including every use of the possessive "its" containing an apostrophe. It bugs me to pay $10.00 for the equivalent of reading a printer's first galley. That being said, it is still a page-turner, full of Portland, OR-area references. The main character is a supposedly hardboiled police detective with a troubled personal life. He loves his dog, he loves to eat out, and he wishes his Christian friends would quit trying to evangelize him.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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