--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ed Lynskey <e_lynskey@...> wrote:
> I remember the shift from first person to third person narrative
voice in TIN ROOF BLOWDOWN took some getting used,
I thought he handled those shifts in POV masterfully. And I liked Tin
Roof Blowdown, but it could have been so much more in my opinion.
About halfway through the book, it seemed to shift from a story about
this cast of characters struggling in the aftermath of the disaster to
a typical Robicheaux story with him chasing down one of Burke's
typical psychopaths. The first half of the book is much more
interesting...though the denouement was pretty powerful stuff, too.
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