Having read all of Shaun's work, except Hell to pay, and those under pseunodyums, I can honestly say that this is the best I have read. The pace rarely falters, except for the occasional bit of schmaltz, but that's easily forgiven. The story is quite plausible, in a way, and the characters quite believable, even though there was scant sympathy for them. As is standard with Shaun's work, his liking for guns is obvious, but in this case, the detail seems part of the story and is barely noticed as scarily too much information. With its pace, good story, and 'average' characters, I thouroghly recommend this book.
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