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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2014


    1. What did my parents do to me? <p> 2. What power do I have?

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  • Posted April 25, 2010

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    Imposter is not a Bad read

    I love a thriller! There were quite a few characters to keep up with. There is a lot going on plot wise. I did not like the main character, he was complex but too closed up. I guessed the murderer early but nothing esle about the story was at all predictible. The story takes place in Baltimore which I am very familiar with. I felt like the plot was complex but not so much that I got confused. I enjoyed the sub plots more than the main plot. We found this book in a Christian book store but the Christian element is almost non-existent in this story line.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    powerful suspense thriller

    FBI Agent Matt Kelly is stunned when he observes his mother killed by an apparent terrorist bomb. Unable to gain closure and told to take some leave to grieve his loss, Matt instead of relaxing is determined to find the culprit. --- Baltimore police officer Consuela 'Connie' Morales rejects the sexual assaults of her boss in retaliation for her refusal, her superior takes her off the street ands puts on internal desk duty. Outraged by the harassment and subsequent 'unofficial' punishment, Connie decides to help Matt uncover the identity of his mother¿s killer. As they find clues, the dots seem to connect back to his father¿s military time in Viet Nam. His dad, a potential senatorial candidate, has received a major boost in the polls because of sympathy due to his wife¿s homicide he demands Matt stop his investigation, but the Fed needs to know who and why. --- IMPOSTER is a terrific investigative thriller that grips the audience from the moment that Matt unable to not visualize his mom¿s death becomes fixated with the truth. The story line is loaded with suspense as he with the help of Connie finds each step closer to fulfilling his quest that much more dangerous and personal. The key cast is solid as the initially aloof Matt becomes ardent with his desire to know what happened while the women who enter his life during his pursuit soften him a bit with their beliefs in right and wrong yet also imbue him with courage and determination. Davis Bunn provides a powerful suspense thriller with the faith elements cleverly enhancing the superb story. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2010

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