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It's an outrageous story of a government agent that runs into outrageous characters; such as a sexy desk clerk chick who puts the make on agent with, "Here's your room number. Easy to remember. 19, like my age." She didn't have any reservations," the hero thinks. Lines like that and a woman saying, "He left me for a high school senior because wanted an educated woman," kept me paying strict attention to every line.
The villain's secret plan and purpose it as 'Pulp Fiction' as you can get. By chance, I listened to this book close after listening to Ian Flemming's 'Casino Royale' and enjoyed them both equally, though I think 'Death Dealt a Hand' impressed me more with it's youthful passion and 'in your face' action and romance. I recommend the audio-book as the narrator really sold the over-the-top scenes.
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