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Contemporary and well drawn characters. Plausible and sufficiently uncertain end that is consistent with reality. And encouraging. Somehow.Published 1 month ago by Mary Pennell
HOW DID THE POLICE WOMAN HE WAS LIVING WITH FIND OUT HIS REAL NAME AT THE END????????//Published 2 months ago by richard D. miller
This book started really slow for me and then picked up pace. I got connected and involved as the plot enfolded. The lessons are real, while the situations seem bizarre.Published 2 months ago by Lorne D. Walker
This novel about an innocent man on the run who hides his identity and plunges down the social scale to live among the underclass reminded me of John Buchan, George Orwell and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John Fitzpatrick
Brilliant, fast paced and understandable. If you like the Night Manager, this is the book for youPublished 2 months ago by Marie Henry
Hard to put down, great read with a somewhat unsatisfactory ending.Published 5 months ago by Suki Wochna
I enjoyed this book, it's about this guy that witnesses a crime and has to go underground to save his life. Read morePublished 8 months ago by joanne young
This is a great romp. Everything that could go wrong for the protagonist does, but the interesting characters he meets along the way, and what he becomes as a result is worth... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Caroline Brinkley
I recently read "Restless" by the same author and enjoyed it. This book seems to have been written by a different author. Read morePublished 11 months ago by dennis weller