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Eight perfect murders

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Swanson, Peter
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A great idea that fails to live up to its promise. This book was so boring! The narrator was irritating and the plot predictable. On top of all that, the author himself spoils several major mystery novels, like Agatha Christie’s ABC Murders and The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, mysteries that are way better than this book. Skip this one and instead pick up any of the eight mysteries used as part of the premise for this book. I recommend any Agatha Christie, including the ones above, instead.
Jessica (Staff) (Hespeler Library)
14/03/20