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Wounded Tiger Paperback – May 2, 2010
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AJ Davidson - An Ulster Writer Freelance writer AJ Davidson was born in Northern Ireland, and currently lives in the bucolic splendour of the Fermanagh Monaghan border. Educated at the Royal School Armagh and Queen's University, Belfast, he has a degree in Social Anthropology. Married for 27 years, he has two children, a Harrier hound and a cat called Dusty. Not one for staying long in the same place, AJ has lived in many countries across several continents. He has worked as a pea washer, crane-driver, restaurateur and scriptwriter.
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However, the number of typographical errors is really, really, *really* annoying. The book would greatly benefit from the attentions of a good proofreader. Heck, it would greatly benefit from the attentions of a mediocre proofreader. Most of the errors look like the kinds of problems that come from scanning a hardcopy document into OCR software. Many, many times "he" should be "be", etc.
Another annoyance that disrupts the reading is that there are often no visual clues when point of view changes. It would be nice if the author put in a few asterisks or even a larger paragraph spacing to indicate when we need to suddenly shift perspective from the bad guy's point of view to one of the detective's.
If those "technical difficulties" were to be cleaned up, I would rate it 4 to 5 stars.
I read this within a 24-hour period, not exactly "in one sitting," but as close as I could manage...I just didn't want to put it down to do anything else. The story grabbed me from the beginning and kept me hooked throughout the whole ride. For pure escapism and fun in a crime thriller, this book is a very good choice.
I wouldn't hesitate to read another from this author, based on this effort.