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Mary Kolomenska Kolomenska itibaren Sivrice Köyü, 61830 Sivrice Köyü/Of/Trabzon, Türkiye itibaren Sivrice Köyü, 61830 Sivrice Köyü/Of/Trabzon, Türkiye

Okuyucu Mary Kolomenska Kolomenska itibaren Sivrice Köyü, 61830 Sivrice Köyü/Of/Trabzon, Türkiye

Mary Kolomenska Kolomenska itibaren Sivrice Köyü, 61830 Sivrice Köyü/Of/Trabzon, Türkiye

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Had been awhile since I read a mystery. This novel had been on the "Best Books of 2008" lists of several reviews including Time magazine, Publishers Weekly, and the Boston Globe. The details were tightly interwoven and characters were well developed.

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I haven't read a dudd Laney Cairo yet, and she is not a formulaic writer either. It is a bit hard to review this without giving away the plot. However since Elaine has asked so nicely I will try! We have Ryan who is a detective constable and Jason who is the brother of the head of a crime syndicate in Australia. In an attempt to get information on the crime syndicate it is decided to send Ryan (who is straight) in to try and strike up a relationship with Jason (who is Gay). Jason is not exactly a criminal himself, he is used as a gofer and obviously lives on his brother's money but we are led to believe he is a good guy nevertheless. Ryan has to ask for help from a gay policeman who advises him to pretend he is exploring the gay scene out of curiosity for the first time. All goes to plan with the seduction, except that Jason sees through it immediately, however he is tempted so goes along with it. The chemistry between the two of them is great complicated by the fact that Ryan knows his colleagues are listening in! Crime syndicates and cops are always good for some tension - naturally! Plus they both have mothers whom one can only describe as eccentric who create the light relief in the story. Just read it Elaine, you will enjoy it I am sure!