Though it certainly has enough action, Murderously Incorrect is not just a thriller: it has a richly detailed setting, sparkling dialogue, and complex, convincing, and engaging characters. My only complaint is that, at 200 pages, it is too short: I was just getting into the swing of things at the end. But the subtitle is "An Alex Rada Mystery", so I hope to see more.
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