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The Eyes of the Chameleon

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Cassius Toledo always gets the interesting cases. And in a place like Berkeley interesting reaches a whole new level.
Eyes keep popping up in unusual places and it is his job to figure out why. He also has to find the rest of the corpse. Considering the unusual individuals that populate the Berkeley campus and surrounding areas- getting a straight answer may be the hardest
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Paperback, First, 183 pages
Published February 27th 2013 by Lulu
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Tina
Sep 04, 2013 rated it liked it
*This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.*

This book takes place at Berkeley University in San Francisco, California with a trip to China and back again. The overall idea for this book was a good one, that keep you guessing as to who did it. I could not wait to start reading this book, but almost from the beginning I was left with confusion. The main characters needed more back ground information to give them depth and for the readers, a feel as to whom they are a
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Reader Gal
Aug 23, 2013 rated it it was ok
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Populated by a smorgasbord of Berkeley University's interesting characters, this story touches on the alternative lifestyles so common on college campuses. First the eyes show up, then a body. The detective on the case and his friend, an associate professor, start looking into various suspects and motives surrounding the murder. What starts out as a nice local murder soon evolves into a tale of political and international intrigue.

The story started out well enough, though the characters could ha
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Carol
Aug 26, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I must say, it kept me guessing until the very end as to "who done it.'. Lots of red herrings along the way keeping you on your toes. Good read.
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Graham Dixon resides in Midland, Texas with his wife and children. There also resides with him a 30 year old parrot with a synthetic beak, an orangey colored dog that resembles a tiny fox and a tubby cat that drools. When not working on future installments of the Berkeley Mystery Series, Graham is a full time psychotherapist and the arts critic for the Midland Reporter Telegram.

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