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Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2011
IT WAS ALL RIGHT BUT FORGETFUL. Lately it seems a few of my favorite authors are not writing as well as they used to. I guess after so many novels you either run out of ideas or just get lazy.
This book was OK. I skimmed a lot of it. The dialogue was sort of dumb. Just in the first chapter alone the word "culprit" was used half dozen times to describe the bad guy. In Chapter 18, Sharon Wheeler was referred to as Susan more than once. Where's the editing? The movie references with the nephew were pointless. And if Uncle Paul disliked him so much why would he (Creighton) have been the heir to the fortune?
I REALLY CAN NOT REMEMBER this novel, and I have no desire to refresh my memory, kind of boring.