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The Trickster
The Trickster | Muriel Gray
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While strange murders spread throughout a remote ski resort town high in the Canadian Rockies, Sam Hunt, a Native American, begins suffering blackouts, waking up miles away from home with no memory of his actions
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The Trickster | Muriel Gray
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I just couldn't get into this. The writing was disjointed and juvenile. The worst part was how Sam, the native Indian, saw prejudice in everyone around him. I am not saying there was no prejudice in this book, because there was, but Sam really had a chip on his shoulder. He only saw the worst in people and it got annoying since he was supposed to be the hero of the story. The story didn't hold my interest at all, so I decided to bail on the book.