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Capitol Murder by Phillip Margolin
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Apr 29, 12

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Read from April 27 to 29, 2012

While it has been a while since I read the last book in the installment, I quite enjoyed the book and Margolin's split plot. it was quite easy to get ensconced and I found myself wanting to read 'just a little more', so much so that I sped through the book in a short time. Margolin is to be applauded not only for his description, but also the use of dialogue and accuracy that is lost in so many terrorist-centred books.

I found myself wanting to get to the root of how two seemingly independent stories could really come together so nicely. While not a stellar sewing together, the plots do eventually merge. The minor plot (I wish not to tip my hand for those reading this before reading the book) does appear as though it will be the only one, with the eventual major storyline creeping in from being background narration to the crux of the book. Margolin does very well in juggling the plots, characters, ideas, and narration, so the reader's interest remains strong.

Good work, Mr. Margolin. I cannot wait to sink my teeth into the next book, though I am sure it is a while off.
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