--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Allan Guthrie" <allan@...> wrote:
> Wickipedia, for once, pretty much nails the distinction:
> "In a thriller, the hero must thwart the plans of an enemy, rather than
> uncover a crime that has already happened."
In that case, much of Elmore Leonard is out the window, no? I find the
word "enemy" intriguing in this definition. It reminds me of superhero
comics, good against evil, etc.
Would Michael Connelly' _The Lincoln Lawyer_ qualify as a thriller?
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