The Chameleon’s Shadow by Minette Walters

April 22, 2008 at 8:45 am | Posted in Books, Fiction, Mosgiel, Reviews | Leave a comment

Yet another great read from Ms Walters. This treat follows an army officer who is lucky to be alive after experiencing an horrific tour of duty in Iraq. Although severely disfigured facially, it are his personal conflicts and traumas that are at the heart of this book. An interesting array of characters with demons of their own all make for a thoroughly interesting read. Forget black and white; this is all shades of grey; just the way I like it. Enjoy

Recommended by Debbie

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