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A Dubious Plan: Colton Banyon Mystery #5 (Volume 5) (edition 2012)

by Gerald J. Kubicki

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Title:A Dubious Plan: Colton Banyon Mystery #5 (Volume 5)
Authors:Gerald J. Kubicki
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2012), Paperback, 314 pages
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Fun book with lots of twists and turns. Surprise ending. Page turner. ( )
  GeraldJ | May 15, 2014 |
This was the first book I’ve read by Gerald Kubicki and the first in the Colton Banyon series, but you can be sure that I’ll be reading the others as soon as I can find the time! I thought it was great, totally my type of a book. I don’t know if it helps to start the series from the beginning, but I came in at this one and felt caught up to speed well enough. Some series you can’t do that, but this does work well as a standalone in my opinion. The chapters were short, which made the book seem to fly by. I’ve never read anything like this before, and there were loads of twists and surprises that kept me glued to my kindle. Colton and Loni make a great pair, and I really liked Loni’s character as a whole. Easy to read and makes for a great escape for a couple of hours. ( )
  J.T.Thomas | Jan 16, 2013 |
Fast-paced and original with quirky characters and a compelling plot, “A Dubious Plan” by Gerald Kubicki is one of those books that even after you’ve finished reading it, the story stays with you long after (at least for me it did). I was impressed with the author’s knowledge of history and thought it made the storyline that much more believable and interesting. I was less impressed with some of the superficiality of the dialogue and actions at times, and thought the references to sex felt a tad gratuitous and cheap at times. I’m no prude, don’t get me wrong, it just felt a bit misplaced on occasion. And I felt like the ending was sort of abrupt, although the author’s note was really interesting. Overall this was an entertaining and fun read that will appeal to fans of mysteries, historical fiction, and even humor. ( )
  Sam_Ryan | Jan 13, 2013 |
Ok, I’ll admit, at first I wasn’t sure if I would like this one because it sounded like such a “guy book” – the discovery of a German War plane, Nazis and World War II. Admittedly, not my usual fare. But I was in a bit of a reading rut and decided to try something new, and I’m glad I did! I really liked Mr. Kubicki’s characters and the way he writes. I felt like I was part of the action, and I even felt like I may have learned something. And it was actually funnier (witty) than I expected it to be. This book is part of a larger series I believe, but this is the first one I’ve read and I felt like I was able to follow along pretty well and not only did I not feel lost or confused, I actually really enjoyed it! Give it a shot, you won’t be disappointed! ( )
  ReaderGurrl | Jan 8, 2013 |
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