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Kage by John Donohue
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Jul 20, 12

Read from July 11 to 20, 2012

Suckered into a trip to the South West to speak before a writers convention, Connor is offered a job.It seemed like a simple and easy way to make a little extra, review the work of Elliot Westermann.
But as with most things it wasn't exactly going as planned, Connor stumbles upon something that others are willing to kill to have and keep secret.
As Connor tries to protect Sarah and stay alive he finds himself involved in something way out of his league. His brother Mick and Art have warned him, and so has his Sensei and surrogate father Yamashita.

This is the latest in the Connor Burke series and it did not fail to deliver. This was an excellent murder mystery but it was also great in the character assessment of himself as he struggles with who and what he is.
This is a book not only for Martial artist or enthusiast of murder mysteries, it is for anyone who just enjoys a well written and laid out story.
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