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The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted by Andrew E. Kaufman
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Mar 20, 2012

really liked it
Read from July 05 to 11, 2012

This book is considered in the genre of psychological thriller and might I add suspense to that. When you read this book, be careful to cement the character names and who they are in you mind as you read because it is easy to mix up the characters especially when one takes on the identity of another. My biggest beef about books is how authors choose to end them. Many times the endings are just not "satisfying." Andrew E Kaufman had the perfect ending; not one that meant everything was okay but it was just a good ending.

Here is a snynopsis of the book:

While going through his dead mother’s, (Jean), belongings, Patrick Bannister discovers shocking evidence that suggests she was responsible for the death of another of her children many years ago. Even worse, an innocent man might have gone to the electric chair because of Jean’s lies.

This thrilling account is about a man who finds himself coming up against powerful forces that want the past to stay hidden. As Patrick tries to piece together the truth, he discovers that his own life is on the line. Can he discover the truth about who really killed the baby, and who helped cover it up and at the same time keep himself alive?


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