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Poison Flower by Thomas Perry
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Mar 03, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: thrillers
Read from March 03 to 08, 2012

This is a much better Jane Whitefield novel than the last one. Lots of action right from the beginning and not so much introspective thinking which tended to clog up the previous one. Perry has gone back to a formula that works, weaving a tale that runs across the country and holds my interest from start to finish. Although Jane is a complex character shaped by Native American traditions, she is still capable of some very ruthless actions. She is most akin to a Superman type, married to a Lois Lane, a mild mannered Buffalo surgeon, who cannot seem to comprehend who she really is. In any case the bodies pile up as Jane dispatches them efficiently and of course remains one step ahead at all times. I think that this series has run its course.

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