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Unfortunately this book is not a mystery and the title "Fresh Kills" is a reference to a land fill that is only marginally referenced in the book and really has nothing to do with anything. While the main character makes efforts to solve his father's murder, the book is really a psychological study on his efforts to deal with his own childhood abuse. Even in this, the book doesn't hit the mark. The mystery of his father's death is resolved at the end of the book with little fanfare and the reader is never actually in on the real detective work. What finally puts this book in the real dump is the reader. The book is not well read. The listener can barely distinguish one character from another and it appears as if the reader has a slight lisp or a piece of candy in his mouth the whole time. Audio readers can feel free to pass this one up.
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This book is just boring. I wanted to come up with a better review than this but I kept waiting for the book to get better and it never did. Don't waste any credits or money on this book.
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