I've read almost all Westlake published as by him, Coe or Stark or Holt , at least. I don't remember my reason, but I wasn't crazy about HUMANS.
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No I haven't read HUMANS but it is now at the top of my to read list.
Quoting jacquesdebierue <jacquesdebierue@ yahoo.com>:
> --- In rara-avis-l@ yahoogroups. com, harry.lerner@ ... wrote:
>> I recently read DANCING AZTECS and he really had a gift for putting the
>> human condition into practical and humorous perspective. He will
>> always be missed.
> Have you read his _Humans_? That book is a terrific read. You can read
> it for the story, which is intriguing, or for the technical skill,
> which is immense -- or for both.
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