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Gun Play based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Being an author myself, I generally begin judging any book I read, right off the bat. GUNPLAY, however, took me off guard as I was so very interested in the description of Palm Springs, written directly into the story with marvelous skill. At once, the characters, the narrator, and the setting enchanted me to the point where my judging habit met its demise. I was hooked immediately. From page one right through to the final page, my mind and imagination were doused in the mystery of the crime. More enticing though, was the element of travel. Thompkins gets the reader moving around so smoothly, there is no reason to put GUN PLAY down, until the last page. Into the early hours I went with the cops, the victims, the psych cop, the perp, the desert. Should a reader dislike GUN PLAY, then I suggest abandoning reading good books and sticking with the average who is with who in bed. Thompkin's talent lies where it should be...between two covers, in the hands of millions of readers, all of whom don't mind loosing a few hours of shut eye. The journey and the crafty ending will leave you, the reader, with a definite sense of wanting to contact Thompkins and demand the next book in the SHOOTING SHRINK SERIES. Please don't make us, your fans, wait too long, Mr. Thompkins. Time goes much too slowly while awaiting another book by a fabulous author. For those in reader land--buy GUN PLAY and have a ball. Margee Driscoll/author