No Comebacks

No Comebacks - Frederick Forsyth An OK read, really. Mr Forsyth tries to shove the twist-in-the-end plot twist in every damn story, Thing is, it works with some and fails miserably with others. Case in example being that story of the judge getting conned. It was so plain obvious the priest wasn't who he was and that the other dude was playing him but the author had to drag the reader into an unnecessary court room scene and then the equally flat anti-climax. Pick this book if you are broke at a second hand mart to satiate that month-end yearning for a dose of fiction. Your money and time will be well spent reading something better if the situation is otherwise.