Temple of the Gods - Andy McDermott Reviews
Description:ISBN 755354710 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Andy McDermott / Paperback / 512 Pages / Book is published 2012-01-05 by Headline
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Andy Mcdermott Temple of the Gods (NinaWilde/Eddie Chase 8)
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somehow made him sound like a schoolboy. Other people in the book were not quite right either. Anyway, I feel I didn t get to know the characters as well as I d have liked, so they didn t matter to me. It was an interesting story, but it didn t catch at my emotions in the way other adventure stories have. I enjoyed the story very much and it had a satisfying ending, but I d hesitate to read other books by Andy ...