Comments for Immaculate Deception
Immaculate Deception by Courtney J. Webb sounded promising. An ex-con sees his chance to begin again when a priest dies in a car crash. He takes on the dead man's identity which leads him onto a wild adventure into rural Australia.
If only the book delivered. Instead of wit or mayhem there's childish humor that falls flat. There's a poor attempt at regional dialects, none of which are convincing. There's potty humor and even that fails to liven up the book.
By the time Immaculate Deception had moved to Australia I had to set the book aside. The Australians were even less convincing than the Brits were. This book ended up being a "did not finish" for me.
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