Red GloveBook - 2011
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Cassel is a teenage boy, and a worker. Curse workers have different magical gifts that they can use to "con" others with the touch of a hand. Cassel's whole family are curse workers, - and criminals- but until recently he thought he was powerless. However, he learns to his dismay that not only is he a transformation worker (able to transform anything into anything else) but his brothers have manipulated him into using this power to kill people, and then erased his memories of the murders. In Red Glove, Cassel is ordered by the feds to solve a series of murders, including that of his brother. But Cassel knows more than he's telling them. The mob wants his help too, and he just wants to forget about his powers. In this book of gray morality, where no one is completely innocent, and everyone has a secret, Cassel can't trust anyone. See my full review here: http://throughthebookvine.blogspot.com/2011/05/red-glove.html
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I see Barron in the living room, his arm around an elderly lady I don't know. She's telling him about how back in her day, if you really wanted to make money, you went into opium. Clearly she doesn't know that today all you need for meth is a hotel coffeepot, but I'm not going to be the one to tell her.
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