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Eh. It was okay.
It was like a watered-down cross between Tom Sharpe and Donald Westlake.
25 February 2005 in Books - Grown Up, Books - Mysteries | Permalink
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I'm pretty sure I read this, but can't remember it; is it Venice or spies? Or neither. But it's not a D&P book, right?
28 February 2005 at 01:52 PM
Neither. It's kind like Blott on the Landscape, but with a robbery attempt thrown in--the main character gets blackmailed into helping a gang of thieves (they got him with the old get-'em-wasted-and-take-dirty-pictures scheme) and they get chased by lions. Also, there's an orgy.
28 February 2005 at 02:12 PM
Oh yeah. That one. Very memorable.
28 February 2005 at 03:40 PM
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