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The 50/50 Killer by Steve Mosby
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The 50/50 Killer (2007)

by Steve Mosby

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When a tortured man stumbles into a police station, the race is on to find the 50/50 killer - a man who only abducts couples, and makes them choose who will survive.
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Thriller avvincente, che gioca in modo discreto la carta dei diversi punti di vista del racconto: a circa metà si intuisce un possibile svolgimento, ma il colpo di scena è sempre dietro l'angolo. L'epilogo è un po' fumoso, avrei preferito un po' più di chiarezza e che fosse lasciato meno spazio alle deduzioni del lettore.
Meriterebbe 4 stelle se non fosse troppo simile a Deaver: stessi corsivi a indicare i pensieri dei personaggi o frasi da loro ricordate, stesso modo di stravolgere la trama nel finale imprevisto. Ricorda Faletti nella presenza del dolore: troppo, a volte anche eccessivo, a mio parere evitabile. ( )
  LaPizia | Aug 3, 2017 |
http://www.bookspotcentral.com/2008/06/post-mortem-uncovering-the-real-ending-of...

Post Mortem: Uncovering the Real Ending of The 50/50 Killer by Steve Mosby
  LastCall | Jun 10, 2008 |
The story takes a while to pick up, but once it does it takes you fast. The main characters are a little depressing, and the author rambles on about that. The ending is very good with an unexpected twist that will leave you speechless. ( )
  AleAleta | Sep 29, 2007 |
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