Rated of 5
When Mr. Brow isn't sure about his fact, which is far more often then not, he falls back on the key to fiction: imagination. he is praised for his dedication to detail, yet anyone who has been to paris knows that the hotel the protaginist resides in is a 30 second walk, not a 30 minuit drive form the Louve. while on the run a train tickit is purchased form gare de lyon while infact there are no trains for the destination, Lille, from that station. a trivial mistake on might say, however i belive that these two fallicies, or over-sites represent a general lack of simple research. i wont go so far as to deny that the story is interesting but i find the wrighting far from poetry and much closer to a Robert Ludlum thriller (no offence to Mr. ludlum).