Saturday, May 24, 2014

Microchip Murder by Martyn V. Halm

There's something satisfying about watching an exceedingly competent professional at work. With these Katla KillFile shorts, I get the same gee-whiz feeling I get when watching a documentary showing master craftsmen building things, anything.

This was a good read, but I liked "Locked Room" more. The overabundance of location and street name details bogged this one down some for me.

Also, with this story, you get a greater sense that Katla really is an all-business, cold-blooded killer. That's not a criticism, by the way. But some people might be put off by how she dispatches her rather sympathetic target in this mission.

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