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No Way to Die (Danny Logan Mystery #2) by [Grayson, M.D.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2762 KB
  • Print Length: 312 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Cedar Coast Press (18 July 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008N1YI5Q
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #195,118 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I had to pack this one in at 25%......I was glazing over with ALL the over-descriptions of takeovers and company politics, etc...I didn't get it and just lost all interest with it. It was way too complicated which was such a pity as I enjoyed the first in the series a great deal. I just can't be reading something that is such an effort to get through !
I know nothing about cryptology and really don't want to and it just went into it all way too much and totally took over the whole story. When I find myself rolling my eyes and flicking ahead it's time to call it a day.
By the time I gave up I'd only spotted a couple of apostrophe mistakes so that was good and earned it the extra star from the "I hated it" one star.
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By Aurora TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 18 May 2014
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I didn't look too closely at the title when I downloaded this book (being more interested in the synopsis which, after all, is what tells me if I want to read it) so I didn't realise that it was the second in a series. I was sufficiently grabbed by the book to want to go back to the beginning and therefore intend to download the first book in the series.

Whilst there were a few basic errors which a self respecting private investigation agency should not have made, I was able to forgive those and get on with the story. In the early chapters it all seemed a little too smooth - everyone working together for the best outcome - yeah right. This book differed slightly from other books of the same genre in that the agency was more than happy to work with the FBI rather than trying to outwit them, although even here, they weren't always as open with them as the FBI would have liked, but the reasons for that were solid and well presented. I suppose it helped that Danny's girlfriend was an FBI agent. Even where Danny wasn't totally convinced that collaboration with the FBI would work out, he was able to bring them in on his terms (really?) to mop up the aftermath of events, although that doesn't seem to have been as thorough as it might have been.

The staff were well chosen for the different skills they brought to the agency, and between them they all contributed to the eventual outcome, despite some sloppy errors that even a novice would blush to admit to.

There were one or two passages which I found myself pondering the purpose. Why did we need to know so much about the man who found Rasmussen's body when we never heard anything more about him? Whilst I enjoyed reading about it, I couldn't see why we needed to know all about Danny's camping weekend.
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This is a very enjoyable sequel, but I found the obvious, basic, security failings of the team members irritating, when they're meant to be serious professionals. Their IT expert firstly leaves a message stuck to their door, telling anyone who cares to read it where the whole team is going to be, and shortly afterwards we learn that he keeps their safe combination in full view on his desk; bearing in mind what the safe contains, I'd have sacked him on the spot. Then there's their radio voice procedure, which is so amateur that they've given away the identities of two of their call-signs within seconds, as well as having selected 'Home Plate' as the designation for their office (how difficult can that be to identify?). Add to that the consequences of Logan himself ignoring his 'buddy' rule, and you'll get some idea of why I wouldn't recommend them.

As always, there's an unnecessary amount of detail about weapons, running schedules, and the music Logan listens to. There's a fairly contemptuous passage about Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, when it's compared to the US 187th Infantry Regiment: since the former saw service in Europe throughout WWI & WWII, and the latter wasn't formed until 1942 and apparently didn't move into a war zone until 1944, I'd suggest the author might like to reconsider his attitude.

The plot itself is actually very good, but it's spoilt by the above, and by some extremely poor proof-reading and editing. Words are run together with monotonous regularity; there are inappropriate changes of tense, quite a lot of repetition, and errors such as 'I'd probably get my it back'.

Having said all that, accept the errors, turn a blind eye to the areas of prosy philosophy, and the painfully slow development of personal relationships in this book. Celebrate the understated and largely unacknowledged skills of Doc, who really is the hero here, and buy the sequel, which is in a different league.
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I enjoyed the basic story line but it is not an easy read as there is a lot of description about forensics, cryptography, guns, and which roads the guy drove down to get where he was going. Sometimes this is interesting and sometimes just annoying. The basic plot is someone dies and it looks like a suicide but the widow does not believe it and hires Danny Logan to investigate. I liked Danny but he makes a major oversight about protecting the person he most cares about which seems rather unlikely. I did not realise it is the second in a series - you do not have to have read the first one to follow this.
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I only just about liked this book. It had a good story line, good characters, good balance between not being verbose, but giving a good mental picture of events as they unfold. This makes for a good read. As other reviewers point out the main story is "did he fall or was he pushed". In the opening passages the jogger who found the body heard two shots and suicides rarely shoot themselves twice, coupled with the fact that there was no evidence of the second shot at the scene. The whole story could have been shortened by 95% just by talking to this witness, who makes his appearance at the beginning and then disappears.
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