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Written on: 08/07/2011
The Greater Bad echoes classic conspiracy thrillers with its motifs of a reluctant hero and innocent man on the run, but brings things firmly into the 21st century with high-technology and power-hungry multi-nationals. The novel features many twists and turns, deceptions and double-crossings but at just over 100 pages never becomes overburdened or convoluted. The compelling plot is always moving forward, assisted by the MacGuffin of the flash drive. Narrated retrospectively in the first… Read Full Review
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