OK, now I have to read it. I was on the fence before, but if Bil lCrider
liked it, I know it's at least worth a look.
I'd set more store by Bill's review (aside from the fact that it's from
Bill) than that of, say, the writer I never heard of who ripped it in the
NYT because Bill explains the reason for the "three parts," a three-novella
format cobbled together in much the way that RED HARVEST and "The Big
Knockover"/"$106,000 Blood Money" were.
It's apparent from the text of the NYT review that the writer had no
familiarity with that aspect of Hammett's canon.
As an avid aficionado of Hammett's work, that speaks volumes to me.
All the Best-
On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 10:53 AM, Bill Crider <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I liked it, which surprised me because I didn't expect to. My review is
> here <http://billcrider.blogspot.com/2009/01/spade-archer-joe-gores.html>
> Bill Crider
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