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Rachel M. Patterson

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Well-written first novel with interesting characters and an exciting plot.

The first few chapters of Double Crossed: Play the Hand You Are Dealt were difficult to swallow. Anthony Anthamatten sets up a gritty story ripe with the cruel reality. However, it is through this crushing start that the author builds his characters and reels in the reader. Once hooked, you can't help but follow through with the story to find out what happens.




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