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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Steven Rigolosi

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Claire December 6th, 2006 05:48 PM PST

This is a light-hearted suspense book that I recommend for the great story-telling and plot. I liked it so much because it's something different than the usual mystery story. Basically, the author provides several alternate endings to the book and part of the mystery requires the reader to figure out which is the "real one." The nice part is - They are all fun, and very different, so the pages fly by. The book also includes a built-in sequel, so it's sort of like two books for the price of one. Basic plot: A lowlife tricks four people into renting an apartment that doesn't belong to him. None of the four people know each other, so they have to figure out "who gets the apartment." You'll never guess what these four come up with!

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