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03/24/2012

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Maxine

Sounds fascinating, even if not as satisfying as it might have been. I read Murder on the 31st Floor and found it fairly good but not compelling in the sense of the Beck books. I liked the right and wrong guesses about what a future world would be like.

Philip

Maxine, I suspect one of my five review stars came from the many references to journalism and the perversion of media by the Accord.

Dorte H

I have tried one or two of his, but I must admit that compared to the Martin Beck series his books seem a bit dusty to me.

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