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Doing Max Vinyl by Frederick Brooke

Tuesday, August 23, 2011
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Synopsis: Max Vinyl is a recycling king in Chicago. When his environmentalist girlfriend catches him dumping old computer junk in Lake Michigan, Max gets a taste of her violent side. Even his ex-wife can't save him this time. Meanwhile two of Max Vinyl's brawny enforcers have provoked Annie Ogden, just back from four years in Iraq -- bad idea! Doing Max Vinyl - guaranteed to make you laugh till you cry.

When I began reading Doing Max Vinyl I wasn't entirely sure how to approach it. After reading it I can honestly say that I did enjoy the time I spent discovering a whole new world. From the beginning to the end of the book the story kept a steady pace and for the most part was an interesting read. Frederick Brooke does a good job at expressing the overall theme of the book (which happens to be the environment) without bashing you over the head with it. Although I enjoyed the dialogue between the characters, the multiple points of view were at times a little distracting. I was however pleasantly surprised to have such strong female characters throughout the story. Overall, I found Brooke's writing style smooth and sophisticated. If you enjoy reading mystery & detective novels check out Frederick Brooke's Doing Max Vinyl.

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Details: 350 pages
Format: Ebook
Source: Submitted for review by author
ISBN 978-0-615-46949-2
Status: Read
For more information about the author click below: Frederick Lee Brooke
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