The drama of the story arises quite naturally from the events. Whereas in Chinatown politics mixed with water rights, Palmiotti's story brings out the corruption over another catalyst that affects family and society in general. I've read countless of pulp mysteries and hard-boiled paperbacks. So one part of the story I saw coming like a slow-moving train, but Palmiotti's very relaxed writing still made what was already known enjoyable to read. The other part of the mystery did take me by surprise, and that's really all for which you can ask. Read Full Review
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