Book Review: Hell’s Kitchen, Jeffery Deaver

Hell's Kitchen, Jeffery DeaverIn this book, Deaver introduces yet another new character, John Pellam (that’s along with Lincoln Rhyme and Kathryn Dance who are both sort of investigators). It took a while to get to know John Pellam, unlike the others, to whom Deaver cleverly introduces the reader in each other’s books. He’s not the typical star of a thriller – he works in the movie business, yet this book isn’t set in Hollywood or even on a film set, so the book plodded along until the real plot emerged. Fortunately, Pellam turns out to have experience as a stunt man, just as the action gets tough and he needs to roll with the punches.Three stars

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