Monday, April 28, 2008

More Praise for Gerald Seymour's THE WALKING DEAD

Master thriller writer Gerald Seymour is back with a new tale of heart-stopping international suspense: "The Walking Dead is compulsively readable but also highly complex and, perhaps, overly contrived. Like the vest filled with explosives and a detonator, the book has many threads. Several seem to have little to do with the plot, but, curiously, those threads are among the most compelling. One concerns the diary of a British volunteer in the Spanish civil war, and Seymour uses it to ruminate on whether one man’s freedom fighter is another’s terrorist. Timely, topical, and gripping.”— Booklist

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