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Funny and interesting with some quirks from the retired Detective Sunderson, especially in the thinking about sex department. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cart Pierson
What a mix this man is. JH strikes me as unlike any other American writer in the current era.
From laughing out loud to being brought up short with his sensitivity. Read more
typical Harrison story - outdoorsman with a brain and very human feelings - love all his books.Published 4 months ago by Mabel A Serra
Not a good book. Quite a few problems with it. I could discuss the entire list, but for brevity and clarity's sake, I'll stick with the top two problems.
Badly written. Read more
This is a novel about an interesting man. The plot, such as it is, exists mainly to provide a vehicle for exploring, in Jim Harrison's typically elliptical and indirect way, the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by B. Peppard
Great story beautifully conceived and written- a true faux mysteryPublished 6 months ago by RICHARD CONNOLLY JR
A reasonably engaging story, most so when Harrison wanders off the plot into his amusing and moving reflections of his aging narrator. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Maxwell Edison