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The General's Daughter by Nelson DeMille
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May 01, 08

Recommended for: Criminology and/or military fans
Read in May, 2008

Paul Brenner basically works for the Army's version of IAB. He is asked to work on a sensitive case. The general's daughter was killed. She was found naked, spread-eagle in the rifle range, staked to tent pegs. In addition to the delicate nature of the crime, Brenner has to partner up with an ex-lover. Together, they work on the case, slowly uncovering the truths hidden by an entire military base, and then some...

The story was good, but I found the writing a little long winded. I almost put the book down a few times, but had to find out who the killer was. I did not enjoy it as much as other DeMille books I've read. I am curious about the movie now though... I'm not sure I would recommend the book, except maybe to people that are really into criminology and the military (this aspect of the book was a little confusing to me, I couldn't keep track of all the Colonels, etc...).
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