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Cliff Walk by Bruce DeSilva
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Jun 30, 2012

Read in June, 2012

Cliff Walk, by Bruce DeSilva, a-minus, narrated by Jeff Woodman, produced by audible inc. downloaded from audible.com.

This is the second book in the Liam Mulligan series about a journalist in Rhode Island who is working for a dying newspaper. He receives a call from a friendly cop that brings him out to a pig farm where dump trucks routinely dump garbage to be eaten by the pigs, seemingly as a form of recycling. Only the pig farm owner finds one of his pigs trying to eat the arm of a child. People come out to clean out the pig farm to find other body parts. At first it’s just a matter of disappearing children, maybe a serial killer. Then Mulligan is led into a world of prostitution and child pornography. There are more killings linking these two subjects together. This is a good thriller, while also retaining Mulligan as a person with a sense of humor, even able to laugh at his own clumsiness. It’s a good book and the narrator does particularly well with Liam, giving him sort of a flippant smart-alec sound to his voice which helps Liam hide his deeper feelings. This series is off to a great start and now second book as well.

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