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Manner of Death by Stephen White
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Sep 06, 2011

did not like it
bookshelves: did-not-finish
Read on September 06, 2011

After the funeral of a former colleague, a man is approached by former FBI agents that want to warn him that his life might be in danger. Their reasoning? In the past 2 decades his old team has seen a few deaths. One was a murder (drive-by, bad part of time, gang-suggestive shooting) and the rest were the type of accidents that just happen. These deaths have occurred over YEARS and are not suspicious...but these former agents are convinced that a serial killer is targeting this random group of interns and doctors. It was so implausible, yet an entire book was written about it. I simply couldn't stand it and quit reading.
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