Wednesday, August 14, 2013

REVIEW: The Accounting by William Lashner

Date:                                  8/8/13
Title:                                  The Accounting              
Author:                               William Lashner           
ISBN 13:                              978-1611099355
Pages:                                 426
Publisher:                           Thomas and Mercer
 Paperback -ARC
Rating:                                4 Stars

I’m just now getting into Mystery/Crime/Thriller novels.  This book did not disappoint. After reading The Accounting, I will make it a point to back and read other William Lashner novels.

A teenage crime that everyone had long forgotten comes back to haunt Jon and his friends. A true tale of what is done in the dark, always comes to light even if its twenty-five years later. As the body count rises realizes one should never come between a drug dealer and his money. Jon finds out if a change in identity can save him from his past.

Normally, I can read a book of about two-hundred and fifty pages, in about three to five hours, depending on  the content. However, The Accounting is One BAB (Big Ass Book). It took me about a week to read this book. But none the less, it was a good one. As I settle in to read more of Lashner’s work, I know I should probably read them on a cold, boring night, because it’s going to be a while. 

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