Powder Burn by Carl Hiaasen and Bill Montalbano Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330326651 / Author: Carl Hiaasen / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... of the killers and becomes a marked man. The help he hoped he would get from maverick cop does not appear and he is instead ... more
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by - written on 15/02/07 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Some of the most successful people in life started off as a group but found a far greater future going solo. Michael Jackson, Robbie ‘It’s My Birthday and I will Go into Rehab if I Want To’ Williams and Beyonce have shown this to be true. This happens less often in other medias as working together does not always encourage a unique viewpoint. In the world of literature having two people writing a book together poses unique problems. Imagine that you have been a successful journalist when you decide to write a series of books with a close pal. Maybe this would create a great infusion of ideas that makes the book twice as good. Or maybe the book will be ruined by ... Read the complete review
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