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This review is from: Blood Makes Noise (Paperback)
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Definitely a different slant on a thriller novel. An improbable (but based on truth) story of mystery and murder and the corpse of Eva Peron. I have previously had no knowledge of the life and actions of Eva Peron (except the famous song "Don't cry for me Argentina") so I did feel this would be a barrier as the story quickly unfolded but actually this clever writer does not allow this to be the case. He cleverly plays with the thoughts that the dead can still hold great power over the living, the plot involves finding Eva Peron's previously moved body. The main character, Michael Suslov is a ghost of a man living off the radar. He is a complex character that I found realistic, and the man questions he and other less `honorable' searchers ask. Can they find Eva forst and claim the secret millions she took to her grave! A great read.