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The Maze

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If you've followed John Corey in Nelson DeMille's series about the headstrong crimefighter, you're in luck. "The Maze" is more than 300 pages of Corey at his best - sarcastic, single and ready for trouble. I recommend the audiobook so you get a sense of the protagonist's dry wit and naughtiness. No matter the media choice, be prepared for a twisted tale. You know where you think the plot is going, but with DeMille, you can never be sure. Corey is reunited with an old flame who just happened to save his life in an earlier novel. He and Beth make a good pair, even though honesty is a stretch of interpretation for them both. Their story moves a bit slow in places, but the outcome is a true DeMille production. Let's hope this isn't the last we hear of these two gun-toting lovers, but with less sex.
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