Agreed, agreed. Going in, I could not imagine that a narcoleptic
detective would not be played for cheap laughs--especially given the
novel's cutesy title--but as Dave says, that isn't the case at all.
It's a surprisingly rich book.
On Nov 17, 2009, at 5:36 PM, davezeltserman wrote:
> Chris, I'm keeping away from the dog detective books too, at least
> until someone writes one with a bull terrier PI...
> The Little Sleep could've been very gimmicky, but it isn't at all.
> Very different than the usual, but a great read that holds together
> well from start to finish.
> --- In email@example.com, "cptpipes2000" <cptpipes@...>
> > Thanks for this recommendation, Dave. I've seen this book several
> times and didn't give it a try based on the cutesy* factor you
> > Considering the subject, I understand that you almost have to go
> with that as the title. I'll give it a try.
> > Chris
> > *I haven't been reading the books with dogs as the detectives
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