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Quid Pro Quo based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The biggest problem with this book is the lack of editing. Constant rereading is required to determine if a character is actually speaking or just thinking. Throughout the book are sentences with missing open or close quotes creating much confusion. The author cannot keep character names straight, using two different last names for a character in a two-paragraph space. This character is seen in only two pages of the story. The characters themselves lack dimension. The story is not compelling and is predictable. At one point, much detail is given to establishing the importance of a document to the story and it is never heard from again. The climax is anything but climatic. A brief chapter reveals who-done-it in a, ¿By the way, this is who-done-it and why,¿ type of attitude. The astute reader will have determined who-done-it well before the conclusion.