Friday, June 24, 2005

Aww, crap. I just wrote a whole post on Cut and Run by Ridley Pearson and it got eaten. I had a brief thought that maybe I should copy it right as I hit refresh and yep, sure enough, it disappeared. Oh well.

Let's see... Cut and Run is one of Pearson's stand alone books, although it's fun to see LaMoia from his long-running Lou Boldt series make a cameo toward the end. The plot is nothing new: missing computer files, kidnapped kid, solo agent, beautiful woman. But Pearson makes it feel fresh and compelling with some great tension filled action sequences. He's one of the best mystery/thriller writers out there and this book is a good example of why that is. That was about the gist of it. Enough for a Friday afternoon anyway.

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