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I listened to this book on tape with my fiance and we both loved it. It is a nice, light book that is interesting, has a unexpected ending, and incorporates poker in a great way. Read morePublished on November 30, 2008 by S. Todd
Odd comparison, but bear with me...
I just finished reading Picasso Flop a day or so after Knight Rider came on.. and even with low expectations, both were disappointing. Read more
I don't know much about poker. If I hadn't caught a few of the shows on cable, I would think that a book with a tag line of "A Texas Hold'em Mystery" was a western-mystery. Read morePublished on July 1, 2007 by Julie Failla Earhart
Read this one out of curiosity. Not a bad read, especially if you're interested in poker and the poker culture as well as in mystery.Published on May 6, 2007 by Jerome C. Wilcox