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“Bottom line: A skillfully paced and plotted adult thriller (for readers who aren’t afraid of open discussions of sex, religion, and politics) written by an up-and-coming author whose caree
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“Mr. Gage is a hell of a good craftsman.”
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“Pass on this one.”
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Raymond Benson is the author of over 24 published books, including several original James Bond novels and three Bond novelizations.
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“The Perfect Suspect will have readers on edge wondering what’s around the next corner.”
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