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Review: Riddle of the Sands, by Geoffrey Knight

#47: Riddle of the Sands by Geoffrey Knight:

Will looked at Daniel, then at Shane, then shook his head. "No offense, dude, but we're on a very tight schedule here, our friend has just been shot with poison darts, and I don't know who the hell you are."

"I told you," Shane said. "His name is Daniel West. He's a--"

"Reporter. I know, I heard you the first time."

"You were the one who said we need to rewrite history. Who better to help us than a goddamn writer!"

"Who's to say he doesn't work for Perron? How do we know his pen isn't filled with poison?"

"Actually, I prefer to use pencil," Daniel interjected matter-of-factly, adjusting his glasses. "And I work for the London Town Crier.

Synopsis: A band of plucky gay adventurers race around the globe to save one of their own from a deadly poison. Bonus points for hot man-on-man blowpipe action.

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