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Old 03-07-2013, 02:46 PM   #5
J. Garrett
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Here's a few excerpts from some Amazon reviews I got for Murder at the End of the World:

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Originally Posted by Beth Bares
I thought I had it figured out half way through, but was totally stunned at the end.
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Originally Posted by Glenna
The isolated city of Illdara is quite unique. Garrett spends a lot of time and detail in building this world. The result is wonderfully dark and mysterious - a perfect setting for his story.
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Originally Posted by Bill Thibadeau
I found the story to be crisp, fast paced, interesting, clever, etc. I was anxious to resume reading each time I had to put it down.
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