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Angel in the Full Moon, Easton's "third and most personal story yet"

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Angel in the Full Moon, Easton's "third and most personal story yet"

Angel in the Full Moon (Dundurn Press, 2008), the third book in the Jack Taggart mystery series by Don Easton, was reviewed by Bruce Grossman for the blog Bookgasm: Reading Material to Get Excited About. In Angel in the Full Moon, Easton's protagonist, RCMP undercover intelligence officer Jack Taggart, tracks a pedophile who has lured young Vietnamese women to North America under false pretenses. Grossman writes, "This novel will definitely thrill anyone who dares to enter this dark world. Just be forewarned that it’s always darkest before Taggart finishes his vendetta. In Angel in the Full Moon, Easton has delivered his third and most personal story yet...."

Read the full Bookgasm review here.

Read Open Book's Ten Questions with Don Easton here.

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