Season of the Machete
by James Patterson

An early novel from before Patterson learned how to write clearly. Hired killers go to a Caribbean island to create panic. They are depicted as intelligent and urbane. The story is told partly by fragments from the female assassinís diary and partly by God telling what other characters are thinking. It jumps around and is hard to follow.

Year Read: 2007


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