Fallen Idols by J. F. Freedman

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FALLEN IDOLS had some good parts to it but they were few and far between. And it was not worth it to me to read over 400 pages to have the last chapter suddenly spell out the full story.
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Synopsis

Prominent archaeologists Walt and Jocelyn Gaines had just completed the latest phase of excavation of a fabulous Mayan ruin when they were waylaid by bandits.
 

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J. F. Freedman lives in Santa Barbara, California.
 
Published November 2, 2008 by Grand Central Publishing. 444 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction
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Above average
Reviewed by Publishers Weekly on Apr 28 2008

Something might have been made of the Indiana Jonesish archeological noir premise, but Freedman's impoverished prose...flattens the most exotic settings

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Good
on Jun 01 2003

The story line shines in Central America and those scenes when the threesome suspects that their father is a spousal killer. Though there are many inane details that subtract from the tale...has written an entertaining suspense thriller.

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Reviewing the Evidence

Good
on Apr 24 2013

A concerted effort, even to the point of passion, becomes the norm for these three brothers. They need to find out answers. This search is the substance of this story. What a good story it is!

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Reviewing the Evidence

Above average

FALLEN IDOLS had some good parts to it but they were few and far between. And it was not worth it to me to read over 400 pages to have the last chapter suddenly spell out the full story.

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