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Struck by Keith Pyeatt
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Rainbow Reviews
Rainbow Reviews

Set in New Mexico, this book is inevitably going to be compared to the work of Tony Hillerman. Actually, I liked it better. It's an edgy book, on the brink of horror, with more than a hint of the paranormal...Pyeatt cleverly uses a series of shifts of point of view to draw several stories together and braid them into a tale that is not at all what you expect when you start the book...The story draws you in; you don't want to put the book down. The characters are clearly drawn and very individual, the language is clean, the descriptions are so visual that you feel you can see, smell and touch.