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The Inquisitor by Mark Allen Smith
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Mar 31, 2012

it was amazing

Geiger is a retriever of information and uses a sort of mental torture to get the information his clients wants. And his clients consist of the mob, corporate bigwigs and even the government. One thing is that he doesn’t interrogate kids, people with heart conditions and the elderly. His business is based only on referral. When he takes on a new client and finds out it is a kid they want him grab to get to the boy’s father, he refuses but takes the boy to protect him. He had his scruples, but now has pissed a bunch of people off and they are out to get him!

Although, Geiger is a torturer, he is a man of depth, and we learn so much about him as the story unfolds. Smith has created an exquisite character in Geiger and the story moves so quickly, you don’t realize it has ended until you get to the last page. I found the premise to be exciting and the build-up of tension and suspense to be gratifying. I loved this book.

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