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Votes utiles reçus relativement à des chroniques: 100% (3 de 3)


Classement des meilleurs critiques: 46 045 - Total des votes Utile : 3 sur 3
Hit List (A Nick Teffinger Thriller / Read in Any &hellip de R.J. Jagger
Action packed and nicely complicated. Not much packing out (soap), but when you come across it, it is easy to skim over it. I would have given it five, but for the misuse of the word "but". Seasoned writers don't, or I should say, shouldn't start sentences with but. There were one or two typos, and of course, the idiom is American, which can grate on some readers.
Culture Gap Programme, Writer's Quarter, Radio Liberté, France.
Justification for Murder (The Darcy Lynch Series B&hellip de Elin Barnes
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Quite a good story, 19 août 2014
I would have given the fifth star, if the book was "justified" (ptp) Standard publishing has always had the text justified, as it makes the reading easier. Non justification is reserved for letter writing and such, but not for books.
Writer's Quarter, Culture Gap Programme, Radio Liberté.
Leon [Anonymous]: A Dramatic Thriller (English Edi&hellip de Adrian Robert Abarca
It lost its fifth star, because of the use of "but" to start sentences. The story is intriguing and even though it's more of a socio/political exposure, it is a good read. Terribly sad in places.
Writer's Quarter, Culture Gap Programme, Radio Liberté.