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February 12, 2016

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I read the first book in the series and enjoyed it tremendously. When the second came out, I obtained a copy as soon as I could, and believe it or not, not only couldn't I finish it, I couldn't get past the first two chapters. Just too silly for me, I thought at the time.

Maybe I ought to try again. Thanks for the reminder!

-- Steve Lewis

(I have no idea why I'm logged in as "D.")

BV Lawson

I can see how you might feel that, Steve. And tastes tend to change, both from authors and readers. It would be interesting to see if you still have the same opinion when you try again! :-)

Matt Paust

I shall probly wait until after Bernie Sanders is president before checking out Mr. Williams's oeuvre, as it might be a tad hard for me at this point to identify with a banker protagonist. But I'm intrigued by the premise. ;)

BV Lawson

I am reminded of the small-town bankers where I grew up. That was "back in the day," and they were a different breed of human at that time, I think. Well, some of them were. Of course, the big-time banker types are cut from a different cloth entirely ...

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