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Very Bad Men - Harry Dolan [BOOK REVIEW]
« on: May 04, 2014, 09:02:27 pm »
The book "Very Bad Men" is not a furry erotica title, sadly. However this is a Mystery Novel which switches perspectives from characters' David Loogan and Anthony Lark.

[Warning: There may be some spoilers ahead, there is always a tl;dr at the bottom for a simple review!]

This story follows Anthony Lark who seems obsessed with an event in the story known as The Great Lakes Robbery. He is also diagnosed with a few conditions and he feels if he kills certain people, it will help with the problem.

The story ALSO follows David Loogan, a writer for Gray Streets, a Mystery Magazine producer. He gets tied up in the investigation for the murder of two people and things twist and turn from there.

[End Spoilers]

tl;dr

This book was fantastic in a way to always keep you second guessing and on your toes, to Character Development. Very well written and anyone who likes to think and be in shock while reading the 400+ pages, this book is for you!

The only downside is that it can and probably will get confusing. I had to read twice to fully understand what happened, but it was still a great read.

Rating: 9.0/10
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