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I like all the Scudder mysteries because the characters are interesting and realistic. I love mysteries a b d the mystery part is good but the greatness is in the character... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Lma
The book was good and well written.
Lots of very colorful characters.
Lots of drinking and down and out themes.
Leaves you sad or at least melancholy. Read more
This is my second shudder novel, I'm sure my collection will continue to grow. The character is a divine piece of literary fiction and Mr. Block has a great writing cadence.Published 2 months ago by helen
The one that put him on the map and was the start of his genre and as dark as they come.Published 3 months ago by Don Hiers
What a book. I can say I love it for how Lawrence Block paints the '70s New York of my childhood memories, when I explored it with my Uncle, the bar manager. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thomas Pluck
This was my first foray into the work of Block, and after reading it I have to admit that it's up there with the novels of James Lee Burke, Martin Cruz Smith etc. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mean Teacher
I recall the first time hearing (on audio books) Matt Scudder reciting the "When the Sacred Gin Mill Close," and it revealed to me a part of my life that I had not... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jim Hronek
I found this look back on the life of Matt Scudder a great read. perhaps a little bit loose on reasoning but it wraps up well and for that I was pleased.Published 8 months ago by Tom Friedman
I HAVE READ ALL OF BLOCK'S 'MATT SCUDDER' MYSTERIES; ALL OF THEM ARE GOOD, SOME OF THEM WONDERFUL; & THIS ONE, "SACRED GINMILL" IS THE VERY BEST. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Margaret Gipe