RARA-AVIS: First person back and forth

From: Steve Miller ( readingbear@earthlink.net)
Date: 07 Feb 2001

> How about this one? Has anyone ever found a cime novel that is written
> strictly in 1st person, but from two different main characters' point of
> view. Meaning first do one scene, or chapter, from the good guy's point
> view, then the next scene or chapter from the bad guy's, while using 1st
> person instead of 2nd.

Can't believe no one mentioned this one yet, but Crumley alternated chapters with Milo and C.W. in BORDERSNAKES. Personally, I didn't care for the book nor the device, but mediocre Crumley is better that 99% of what else

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