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No Man's Land by [Fraser, Ian]
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  • File Size: 403 KB
  • Print Length: 138 pages
  • Publication Date: October 13, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005VS6FNW
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Like all the books I've read by Ian Fraser, No Man's Land defies categorization. Is it a mystery? Yes, in that there are elements common to mysteries - there are unsolved crimes, good guys and bad guys (although telling one from the other can be a bit of a problem), policemen and a private detective. Is it a thriller? Oh my yes . . . without doubt. The closest I can come to giving a label to this novel would be to call it a 'psychological thriller'.

Like other characters who have taken center stage in this author's novels, the primary character is interesting, to say the least. At times, he shows signs of being a heroic character, at other times he inspires the reader to feel pity for him, sometimes he seems the innocent who has been caught up in a scenario beyond his control. But, also like other novels by Fraser, nothing is quite what it seems to be.

I don't like to try to do a synopsis of novels for a review. What I like to do is say whether I liked a book or didn't like it, and why a book inspired me to feel either way. This is another one that I definitely liked, but it's also one that I felt led me down the garden path, so to speak, a journey so full of twists and turns that by the end I was no longer sure I was even on the path, much less in the garden.

I love the fact that I couldn't figure out the 'who-done-it' in this book. I don't think most other people will be able to figure that out either. I hate so-called mystery novels where the mystery is obvious before one has hardly begun to read the book, and this certainly isn't one of those.
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Remember watching Bobby's shower scene in Dallas, that's how I felt at the end of this book. Cheated by the ending.
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