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Dark Waters: A Deborah Jones Thriller (Deborah Jones Crime Thriller Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Are there no American editors involved here?
To J.B. Turner: Americans stay over at their girlfriend's house, not at hers. We always say "the hospital," and not merely "hospital." We don't pop round, but we might drop by. We call it the "restroom," "ladies room," "bathroom," or "powder room," but never the "toilet." I could go on but there are far too many examples in this book to have kept track of them all. I'm assuming you've spent some time in Miami, where the setting of this book is, too bad you didn't actually listen to the people around you when they were speaking.
The editing is fairly awful. Many typos and missing punctuation.
Finally, the author seems to have no knowledge of something as simple as the manner in which a car's airbags work. They don't remain inflated and trap a driver in a car.
The story is LOADED with references to past events being used as an example for a current situation. It was like an episode of Family Guy with the constant breakaways. There must be a dozen of them.
If all that wasn't enough, it's just not a very good story. I gave it two stars because it was free.