Jack Carters Law (The Jack Carter Trilogy, Book 2)

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Rereading all three books, I was struck by the influence Lewis' novels have had on so many current hard-boiled writers whose main characters are hard cases certainly Lee Child's Jack Reacher is a literary son. Written in first person and present tense, Lewis' trilogy has an immediacy that belies its age. While the first two books keep Carter close to home, in "The Mafia Pigeon" his criminal bosses send him to Spain to protect an American mobster. Beautiful women, big bad guys and betrayal follow him to the sun.

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Each novel in the trilogy opens with a reference to rain. In "Get Carter," "The rain rained" one of my favorite opening lines.


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In "Jack Carter's Law," a "swirling drizzle" is "slapping Rain not only suggests the world in which Carter operates — morally cloudy and steel gray — but it also alludes to Carter's ability to clean up any situation. I was in my late 20s when I first realized I was synesthetic — that is, I see days of the week, months of the year and numbers as colors and shapes.

When I hear "Tuesday," a blue rectangle flashes in my mind. April is yellow, long and skinny. The number three is a square block of green.

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Since I'd always perceived in this way, I assumed everyone did. Jenna Ramey, a forensic psychologist in Colby Marshall's stellar debut, "Color Blind" Berkley , is also on the synesthesia spectrum, a characteristic that drew me to her book initially.

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Ramey's perceptions of people's emotions are seen in bursts of vibrant colors. The book opens with a nerve-jolting spree shooting in a theme park. A gunman surrenders at the scene, and during her interrogation of him Ramey realizes he's not killing alone and his crime may be connected in a twisted way to her own colored past her mother is a serial killer. Marshall's style is clipped and spare, her main character and her powerful perceptions an intriguing hero.

The second in a series that opened with the main character, Arthur Cathcart, getting shot in the head, this novel starts with another bang — a kidnapping and interrogation that's a lesson on energy in writing.

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Arthur and his lover, Natsumi a woman who "doesn't just roll with the punches," she "knows how to punch back" are thrust from their deep cover in the Caribbean into the sights of a multinational engineering company after something the multis think Arthur knows but that Arthur doesn't know he knows. Parts of Arthur's brain are "pulpy" since the shot in the head; however, his hacking skills remain "formidable," especially in "clandestine technology," and he's still a financial genius.


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Justice and honor are warped, twisted things, and they and everyone involved is bent to the will of the powerful and wealthy, disposable at a whim. These are people at the fringes, willing to do anything for the perception of respect, self or otherwise. The tragic pursuit of every Lewis character is dignity, and perhaps nowhere is that paradigm more evident than in a tough lad from the north counties, who for years placed his trust in tailored mohair suits and gold cuff links. Perhaps James M.

No paladin cops with deadly aim. Justice and honor are warped, twisted things, and they and everyone involved is bent to the will of the powerful and wealthy, disposable at a whim. These are people at the fringes, willing to do anything for the perception of respect, self or otherwise. The tragic pursuit of every Lewis character is dignity, and perhaps nowhere is that paradigm more evident than in a tough lad from the north counties, who for years placed his trust in tailored mohair suits and gold cuff links.

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