jamiebowen0306 (jamiebowen0306) wrote,
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I finished "The Coffin Dancer" by Jeffrey Deaver

Oh my goodness, could there ever be a dafter book?

Here we see Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs try and track down an assassin-cum-psychopath (called The Coffin Dancer) so perfect that you think he could almost walk through walls.

He's been paid to kill 3 witnesses to a crime committed by an American illegal arms dealer, and spends a weekend trying to do what he's paid to do by the baddies in the book, while Rhyme and Sachs manage to nearly always thwart him at every turn.

The book is too daft for me to be honest. No one is that good at their jobs, and while we're at it, the book reminded me of another, non-Rhyme book (I won't give the title away, it'll give away the plot twist).
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