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A Plague of Secrets by John Lescroart
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Apr 14, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery

Talk about secrets! The book is chock-full of them. This is a great read. I like Dismas Hardy & his relationship with Abe Glitsky. (f course they would be in serious trouble without their wives; that buddy thing only goes so far, you know?)

And isn't about time someone planted some of the murder and mayhem at a trendy coffee shop? I mean, come on--all that caffeine? Hardy has an impossible case, complete with, well, let's say over-eager, lazy police and a judge you'll love to hate.

SPOILER: At the end, Hardy goes sort of Perry Mason on us. I suppose this was the only way out of the mystery. But it didn't spoil the story, really.

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