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The Coldest Case

by C.S. Miller

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I enjoyed this book. It transitioned smoothly between past and present and I thought the author did a great job with character introductions. Even the "second-string" players brought a lot to the story. The only downside I could find to the book were the numerous typos. I'm not usually one to weigh my rating of a book by the editing, or lack thereof, but it was extremely distracting in the book. There was one character whose last name differed not once but three times. Not just a simple typo but a completely different last name. Aside from that, I did very much enjoy the book and do plan on reading more by this author. ( )
  hghtashbry | Mar 28, 2013 |
I enjoyed this book. It transitioned smoothly between past and present and I thought the author did a great job with character introductions. Even the "second-string" players brought a lot to the story. The only downside I could find to the book were the numerous typos. I'm not usually one to weigh my rating of a book by the editing, or lack thereof, but it was extremely distracting in the book. There was one character whose last name differed not once but three times. Not just a simple typo but a completely different last name. Aside from that, I did very much enjoy the book and do plan on reading more by this author. ( )
  hghtashbry | Mar 27, 2013 |
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