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Interpreter for the Dead by David Lee  Martin
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Jul 05, 2011

really liked it
Read in June, 2011

I enjoyed this book greatly, it was an entertaining and quick read that at times had me laughing outright. Sure, it has some choppy spots. But all in all it was great fun.

Michael Dare is still blaming his parents for being deaf and ruining his childhood. As a high tech identity thief, he discovers that his father passed two months ago. The local community is up in arms over what to do with his valuable farm and land. While Dare is trying to figure out what's in it for him he discovers that not only was his father murdered but that they are trying to kill him also.

A fun read to the end with a surprise ending. Should be an interesting series!

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