I thoroughly enjoyed the pace and the characters in this story.
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It was funny actually because it never registered to me that Deborah was African-American until very late in the story. This is a thriller that keeps you rooted and turning the pages.
It is a very hard book to put down. I notice that this is the second book in the Deborah Jones series, the first being Mami Requiem. Colour see all Colour. Multi-Colour 1. Pink 1.
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