Stephen Camp's ''Paid in Full" - short review

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    Stephen Camp's ''Paid in Full" - short review

    Well - just finished this book and it proved to be a great recreational read. Nice job Steve.

    The setting is a small TX county, with some dubious characters and nefarious dealings, plus an over stretched Sheriff's Dept. Tauber, the central character and a good guy, maybe achieved a bit less than I had hoped (as he was a guy with a good background for ''dealing with things'') and in some ways he took a bit more of a back seat in the latter stages but the interplay between characters was good.

    The details on weaponry was (predictably) good but not over done and another interesting thing too - this was a good yarn, even with no romance or sex content - which just goes to show how that does not need to be a mandatory ingredient in a novel!

    There are some interesting twists and turns and in the end, retribution is nicely accomplished - most satisfying!! I enjoyed it a lot.

    I won't add more as it'd be a shame to give too much away!

    Thank you Steve
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    Hello and thanks. I was sort of saddened too about Tauber, but it was necessary if he was to remain a "good and law-abiding" citizen. I wouldn't have personally been upset if he were not so good, but being in such close proximity to certain folks would have made that problematical.

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    i'm always looking for a good beach book, Thanks

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    Thumbs up

    I have read it twice now, anxiously awaiting the sequel...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AirForceShooter
    i'm always looking for a good beach book, Thanks

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    I wondered about "beach book" in November, till I looked at your location. Up here it's more like fireplace books this time of year!
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