Michela Saracino Saracino itibaren Druckūnai 65402, Litvanya
A co-worker recommended this book, and he acting like it was the given words of the creator of the universe. I read it and I didn't get much out of it. Sure, it's got some good tactics and techniques, but if you want to know how to go to war, read a poker book. The difficulty in this book is converting the practical war tactics to the everyday. It would definitely take some study and application to accomplish this so that you were operating at a subconscious level and not thinking, "Hmm, what would Sun Tzu do?"
The Linder family was torn apart the evening that Hugh-Jay Linder was murdered in his home. The most popular son of the biggest land owners in the county, Hugh-Jay's death immediately prompted everyone in the town to believe that the killer was Billy Crosby. Having just killed one of the family's cows, broken fences that conatined farm animals, and having set fire to various parts of the Linder's land, Billy Crosby appeared the perfect suspect. Motive: check. Means: check. However, twenty three years later, Billy Crosby's son, Collin, now a lawyer has set him free. And Billy is headed straight back to the little town that so quickly gave him up. As he steps foot into town again, it's obvious that little has changed and many firmly agree with his guilt. Slowly, word starts to spread that lead many to question his role in Hugh-Jay's murder. Left to fend for herself following her father's murder and mother's disappearance, Jody Linder reels in the wake of Billy Crosby's return. Her world shaken, nothing she has learned to believe will ever be the same. She will learn the truth about what happened to her parents and also falls in love along the way. I am torn between three and four stars for this book. The twists and turns kept me guessing, the ending nothing like I had expected.