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Marilyn StasioThomas Perry, that smiling sadist who gets his kicks from outfoxing readers, is at his wicked best in Strip. Like any self-respecting gangland thriller, this witty specimen has a cast of touchy mobsters killing one another over money and turf and petty grievances. But because a devious mind is manipulating the genre conventions—allowing unpredictable characters rather than precision-tooled action to drive his story—the rules of the game are constantly changing.
—The New York Times