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Liars and Thieves (Tommy Carmellini Series #1)

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

WOW.!

Gripping, you just do not want to put it down...

posted by Driftwood74 on November 8, 2013

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

I am glad I bought is Bargain Price

Our hero survives a massacre at a CIA safe house by virtue of being a late arrival. There are two other survivors. He spends the next 300 pages improbably surviving a number of near death situations and killing a couple of dozen professional killers - and fornicates wit...
Our hero survives a massacre at a CIA safe house by virtue of being a late arrival. There are two other survivors. He spends the next 300 pages improbably surviving a number of near death situations and killing a couple of dozen professional killers - and fornicates with every unattached female character in the book. Somewhere along the line the author realizes that a few events must happen in absence of the hero so the narrative goes back and fourth between first person and third person - that is a let down. We know who the villain is about 1/3 way into the story - by the cell phone records of couple of the corpses. After that it is not so much a 'piecing together a puzzle' as it is surviving improbable situations. When the novel finally ends - it is not because of the protagonist┬┐s effort but through a secondary character and the motive of the crimes - the 'Truth' that is being covered up is so far fetched that you lose the last bit of remaining fascination with the story - and it is not even of national interest it is personal! Two stars for a few witty dialogues. I am glad I bought the book in 'bargain price' section. Had I paid full price, I would have been sorry.

posted by Anonymous on May 21, 2006

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2006

    Quite possibly the worst book I ever read!

    The only reason I'm giving this one star is because there's no option to give it zero!! The characters were dull, and the storyline was full of holes. I'm still not sure how everything came together at the end. I only finished it because I felt like I had to! Thank goodness it was on the bargain rack.

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    Posted August 2, 2011

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