"I suspect most raravians read for the carpentry as much as
for the story itself."
I've read Willeford books about cops, psycho killers, an
artist, an art critic, soldiers, one of whom became a
(pseudo?) preacher, a cockfighter, a PI and a car
salesman/movie director, among other professions, but I don't
remember any with a carpenter. Which book was that?
ps -- before everyone jumps in to clarify Mario's post (with
which I agree), yes, I'm kidding.
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