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Spanish Maze Game, The

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Hardcover, 192 pages
Published May 1st 1991 by Doubleday (first published 1991)
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Donald Harwick
Aug 19, 2012 Donald Harwick rated it really liked it
A very fast moving, great read. The author did an excellent job of describing the surroundings so you feel like you're there. There was a palpable difference in The Scotland, Bavaria, and Majorca settings. The plot was good and the author created characters that were likable. Even the "bad guys" had a certain appeal. There was one major twist in the plot that was fairly well explained, but it helps to have a familiarity with the world of finance. It took about five hours to read.
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