Summer Reading Adult Book Review: Death Match
Book Title: Death Match
Author: Lincoln Child
Review: This book held my interest and was very enjoyable to read because the main character was not the usual FBI or police officer investigating the crime. Also, the technology in the book (published in 2004) was at times outdated (videotapes) and advanced (avatars meeting in a tank). However, once I figured out the perpetrator of the crimes, I was let down because of the lack of originality. It was overall an enjoyable read and I would still recommend it to readers of crime novels.
Reviewed by: Pat Fogarty
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