I'm pretty sure all the Afghanistan stuff in VALLEY OF FEAR is just
the back story for the narrator; and as I recall, he and the hero, a
high strung coke addict and thrill junkie who spends days shut up in
his room reading the papers obsessively looking for anything to keep
his mind occupied, serve as a sort of frame for this tale of Irish
gangs and murder in the coal mines. It even involves one of those
James Bond-style supervillains! What a tale! I am waiting for my copy
in the mail right now!
p.s. Mr. Ardai, I know you read these posts regularly; would you say
my description above is accurate?
On 12/4/09, jacquesdebierue <email@example.com> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, sonny <sforstater@...> wrote:
>> i predict he'll be a one book wonder.
> Yeah, and sidekicks have been done to death...
-- "Go soothingly on the greasy mud, for therein lies the skid demon." -- Chinese Road Sign
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