Monday, July 28, 2008

More meh.

The Perfect Fake
by Barbara Parker

Lots of double-crossing and international terrorists and garden-variety criminal types all revolving around the forging of a Renaissance-era map that was inadvertently destroyed during a murder. Lots of people die because of this map. Lives are generally ruined, but, of course, the protagonists, who initially argue and hate and don't trust each other, come to their senses, and after the bad guys are all killed or arrested, sail off into the sunset (no, seriously, he's been restoring a boat in his spare time).

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posted by ket at 10:48 PM


Blogger Kate said...

Your ability to make some of these books sound so cliche or ludicrous just amazes me. You have real talent KET. :)

7/29/2008 8:41 AM  

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