RARA-AVIS: Two-Way Split

From: Bill Crider ( bcrider@houston.rr.com)
Date: 17 Jun 2004

I read Al Guthrie's TWO-WAY SPLIT this week, and it delivers the goods. There are some really tough characters, armed robbers and an ex-con, along with some wannabes ( including a p.i. whose fictional heroes are Max Thursday and Johnny Killain. How can you not like a guy like that?). The story takes an unexpected turn about midway through, which proves once again that titles can mean what they say in a lot more ways than you'd think. This book, along with the long-awaited reprint of James Reasoner's TEXAS WIND, gets the PointBlank line off to a great start.

Bill Crider

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