RARA-AVIS: keith mentions blackburn

From: Robison Michael R CNIN ( Robison_M@crane.navy.mil)
Date: 20 Feb 2002

>Keith Logan said:
>For something original but in a similar vein try Bradley
>Denton's BLACKBURN.


back a while ago when the serial killer theme was getting some list time, george pelecanos recommended _blackburn_ and i read it. i loved it. it was original and different. it was the closest thing to a serial killer comedy that i've come across. thinking about the part where he's dealing with the crooked auto mechanic still makes me smile. and the wedding party too.

is it barbara walters who "asks the questions that need to be asked?" blackburn killed the people who needed to be killed. ;-)

if you are in a rut and growing tired of the same ole tough guys with a tarnished past and haunted by the memory of a woman, try _blackburn_ for a breath of fresh air.


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