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April 27, 2012

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Patti Abbott

I remember this book very fondly.

BV Lawson

If you're in the mood for something zany and not terribly deep (despite the literary references), Patti, this is a good, quick read. :-)

Graham Powell

I happened to read this very recently. It's kind of an odd story - Crispin does not seem particularly interested in the formal mechanics of the crime, but more in adventure and humor. Worth reading, though.

BV Lawson

I know what you mean, Graham. It's like an academic puzzle or game to him (just like his protagonist). However, if you like fast-paced zaniness, this book has it in spades.

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