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Not for the Mutton-Minded
on November 16, 2011
"Stalking Natalie" is Skip Coryell's best work of fiction to date
Unlike some of Coryell's other books, which occasionally incorporate a sense of the supernatural into their plots, this one is coldly realistic and plausible. Perhaps that is what makes it such a great thriller from start to finish.
Those of you who have no interest in self-defense, this book should make you reconsider. It is also a great primer on the reasons and philosophies of self-defense.
I don't think you can read this book without looking at the world through a different set of eyes. It should naturally inspire a prudent sense of care and awareness of a person's daily surroundings. Therefore, it is quite likely that the timid and the mutton-minded will not like the book.